Symbolism In All Summer In A Day By Ray Bradbury

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Everyone,has wanted something at some point in their life. But for the kids in all summer in a day it 's something more than that. After having rain all day every, They’re lust for the sun has intensified. In All Summer in a Day, ray bradbury uses symbolism to show the childrens strong desire for the sun second paragraph of this article it gives confirmation as to why Ray Bradbury uses symbolism to illustrate the kids desire for the sun. More specifically, it will provide two of the reasons why symbolism represents the kid 's craving for the sun. In the following paragraph there will be another possible author 's craft that could thought to be most important.Then it will analyze why that author 's craft is not the one that was chosen for this article. The third paragraph will discuss a few more pieces of evidence as to how ray bradbury uses symbolism to show the kids desire,
This paragraph is going to be why ray Bradbury uses symbolism in all summer in a day. The first piece of evidence that was used to determine that ray Bradbury uses symbolism to represent the kid’s desire for the sun is in paragraph 6 what it says “sometimes at night, she heard them stir in remembrance and she knew they were dreaming and remembering gold or yellow crayon or a coin large enough to buy the world with. She knew they thought they remembered a warmness, like a blushing in the face, in the body, in the arms and legs, and trembling hands.”. This was used to determine that the author uses
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