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June 24, 2009



this is to long and it doesnt make sense thank you!:)im 30 and i dont even get this sorry :(


I think it makes perfect sense. It is confirming my opinion that Bradbury exercises reader's imagination to actually become one with the his characters.


this means that we have to be in someone's shoes to understand their feelings and actions.


sounds good, I totally agree except I dont know what you were smoking when you wrote most of the last four paragraphs. I think you pulled the sexual orientation thing out of somewhere behind if that's what you got out of it, but I might be misunderstanding your meaning there. this story definitely shows how our actions have consequences beyond what we meant

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