What Is The Future Of The Pedestrian By Ray Bradbury

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In the story, “The Pedestrian” written by Ray Bradbury, “One of the world's best-known and best-loved science fiction writer”. Has depicted the future in the story, “The Pedestrian” to be puzzling as it’s a combination of many thoughts depending on what perspective you are looking at. Some parts of the story depending on who you are might be great while others may not be as great in your opinion. The gist that I believe Bradbury is trying to say is that the future is very dark, direful, barren, unfriendly and most importantly soulless. The reason why I think this is because throughout the story he described everything dark and sadly. For example, in the story, it says “The Street was silent and long and empty, with only his shadow moving like
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