E.L.A

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  • The seting of the story. dark they where and goldan eyed is on mars and humans landed on mars  
  • them landing on mares
  • The rocket metal cooled in the meadow winds. Its lid gave abulging pop. From its clock interior stepped a man, a woman,and three children. The other passengers whispered away acrossthe Martian meadow,
  • Laura stumbled through the settlement, crying. She dashed blindly onto the porch. “Mother, Father—the war, Earth!” she sobbed. “A radio flash just came. Atom bombs hit New York! All the space rockets blown up. No more rockets to Mars, ever!”
  • The atomic war on earth 
  • The thing around them are changing 
  • “The children’s eyes,” he said. “They’re yellow, too.” “Sometimes growing children’s eyes change color.” “Maybe we’re children, too. At least to Mars. That’s a thought.” He laughed. “Think I’ll swim.”
  • “Cora, these blossoms!" She handled them. “Do you see? They’re different. They’ve changed! They’re not peach blossoms any more!”
  • Bittering wanted to cry. “You’ve got to work with me. If we stay here, we’ll all change. The air. Don’t you smell it? Something in the air. A Martian virus, maybe; some seed, or a pollen. Listen to me!” they stared at him. “Sam,” he said to one of them. “Yes, Harry?” “Will you help me build a rocket?”
  • mr.Bittering biulding a rocket
  • “In the autumn is better.” Their voices were lazy in the heat. “Got to work,” he said. “Autumn,” they reasoned. And they sounded so sensible, so right. ‘‘Autumn would be best,” he thought. “Plenty of time, then.” No! cried part of himself, deep down, put away, locked tight,
  • “Everyone’s going. You heard?” ‘‘All going. That’s right.” “Up to the villas,” said the man. “Yeah, Harry. I’m going. So is Sam. Aren’t you Sam?” “That’s right, Harry. What about you?” “Work! You can finish that rocket in the autumn, when it’s cooler.”
  • “Good-bye, town!” said Mr. Bittering. “Good-bye, good-bye,” said the family, waving to it. They did not look back again.
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