Summary Of Ray Bradbury's 'The Pedestrian'

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In the “Pedestrian” the author Ray Bradbury uses diction to give a setting to the writing to help convey the author's meaning to the reader. Bradbury uses diction to give a setting helping the reader understand the meaning of “The Pedestrian” by using words like “metallic” or “ill-lit” it gives you an idea of what the setting was. When in “The Pedestrian” the author explains what the setting sounds like by saying “a metallic voice” it helps you hear it in your head and know what it would be like to be in the pedestrian's position. Another way the author's diction helps you see a different part setting is the author using words like “buckling concrete” or “grassy seams” when he uses diction like this it helps you see another part of the setting
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