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Ray Bradburys The Pedestrian takes us to world in 2053 The story focuses on the main character Leonard Mead Leonard Mead is a writer he lives in this large city all by himself Every evening while the entire city is inside watching TV he is outside going on a walk He has done so for many years One day on a misty November evening he went on is usual walk In ten years of walking day or night he had never met another person walking He got to a clover intersection which shouldve been filled with cars however this intersection was as dry as a desert He walked a little further and then decided to turn around he was only a block away from his destination when a lone car turned the corner suddenly Stop stay where you are put your hands up or well shoot the car said It was a police car a robotic police car There was only one police car left in a city of three million Ever since the year 2052 which was election year the police car force had been cut from three cars to one The police car pounded Leonard Mead with questions At the end of his interrogation Leonard Mead thought he was free to go until the police car popped open the back door and said get it Leonard was puzzled as to why the police car was taking him away he had done nothing wrong The police car was taking Leonard Mead to the Psychiatric Center for Research and Regressive Tendencies As Mr Mead was in the car they rode down the street they passed numerous dark houses then they passed one house that had every light lit every window had a yellow illumination Thats my house Leonard said No one said anything the car kept going And for the rest of that frosty November evening there was no motion just silence throughout the city
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