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