The House: The Rise And Fall Of The House, By Ray Bradbury

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In Bradbury's short story the house continuously goes on with its daily routine, even though the owners are no longer around. "But the gods had gone away, and the ritual of the religion continued senselessly, uselessly." (Pg. 2 Bradbury) It's like the house never realized that they were gone, nor did it care, it just kept going uselessly. Though the owner had left everything was like it was before. In the poem instead of a house continuing on without people it is animals. "Not one would mind, neither bird nor tree" "If mankind perished utterly;" This is taking about how the all of the animals did not really even notice that the humans were gone, they were just going on with their normal lives. So in both talk about something that keep going
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