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All Summer in a Day - Comparison

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All Summer in a Day by Ray Bradbury short story - Settings Comparison T-Chart graphic organizer

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  • "the great jungle that covered Venus, that grew and never stopped growing tumultuously... was a nest of octopuses... the color of rubber and ash... the color of the moon."
  • In the story, Margot knows Earth as we know it today.
  • Unlike the actual Venus, which is devoid of any life, Bradbury's Venus is a planet covered with vegetation that is muted in color.
  • "thousands upon thousands of days compounded and filled from one end to the other with rain...and the concussion of storms so heavy there were tidal waves over the islands."
  • On Earth, the view of the sky can be bright and sunny.
  • On Venus, the view of the sky is always rainy, with the exception of two hours every seven years.
  • Most life and civilization are located on the surface of the planet.
  • In this futuristic setting, everything in the society is located underground and connected by tunnels.
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