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Human Relations In The Pedestrian By Ray Bradbury

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In the short story The Pedestrian by Ray Bradbury the readers find out that television has destroyed human relations. Leonard Mead has walk the same path for 10 years, “not once has he seen another human being”(L. 48). In this futuristic world Television has taken over everyone lives: human interaction is non existent. As Leonard Mead was walking that november night he described houses as “tombs, ill-lit by television light, where the people sat like the dead, the gray or multicolored lights touching their faces, but never really touching them”(L.81). This shows that the people in the town weren't talking or moving just sitting and watching the television. Because all of the people in the town were watching tv talking wasn't necessary. As
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