Summary Of Marionettes Inc. And All Summer In A Day By Ray Bradbury
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Ray Bradbury could write an autobiography on his childhood and some may think he was using his descriptive, capturing style to craft another one of his famous science fiction works.
That was how science fiction-esk it was. Born in Sweden, he then immigrated to the United
States. During his childhood he would move from town to town to town and could never find a stable neighborhood. Because of this, he was familiar with being an alien. This influenced his writing style and ultimately assisted it as he was able to write about being new, or foreign with ease and could write about strange places, or aliens effortlessly with knowledge of how it feels to be one which is very important in the genre of science fiction. His childhood which was flooded with unusual, strange, and uncommon events for any kid recurs in his stories of turning normal and everyday problems events into magical, out of the ordinary, unusual situations. Ray
Bradbury’s childhood reappears in two of his short stories named “Marionettes, Inc.” and “All
Summer in a Day” by using setting to develop conflict in the stories, developing a common theme, and using diction to develop mood and tone.
Ray Bradbury’s childhood influenced his two short stories named “Marionettes, Inc.” and
“All summer in a day by using setting to develop conflict in the stories. For starters, the story
“All Summer in a Day” takes place on the planet Venus. On Venus, it rains all days except for a short period of time once every seven years