Ray Bradbury's The Fog Horn

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In Ray Bradbury's science short story, "The Fog Horn", he included many things that represent the moral of the story such as places, characters, etc. In this story, it takes place in "the cold water, far from the land" that waits for the "coming of the fog" every night using a brass machine. To summon the whole story, the Fog Horn shudders through the "rags of the mist like decks of scattered cards and make the waves turn high and foam". It has a mysterious and gloomy theme included in the story. Despite the background, all of the things that are representing have different things they symbolize. The one thing that symbolizes the moral of the story is the sea monster. For example, Johnny wanted to produce a sound from the Fog Horn
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