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In the short stories By the Waters of Babylon by Stephen Vincent Benet and There Will Come Soft Rains is a short story by Ray Bradbury which is about the last house still standing on an isolated block its robotic features still functioning At last the house gets destroyed by a tree falling on the house and causing fire so clearly nature takes over However By the Waters of Babylon which is written by Stephen Vincent Benet is about a Priests son named John whom finds out that technology devastates humans while he is on a manhood journey These two short stories have a similar idea about the future of technologies yet there are different in there point of views Ray Bradbury explains The story in 3rd person point of view for instance when he said At eight-thirty the eggs were shrived and the toast was like stone An aluminum wedge scraped them into the sink where hot water whirled them down a metal throat which digested and flushed them away to the distant sea The dirty dishes were dropped into a hot washer and emerged twinkling dry Bradbury 615 Bradbury explain the quote not using any type of humans he use technology to explain the quote Bradbury used a dog in his story where he said The dog ran upstairs hysterically yelping to each door at least realizing as the house realized that only silence was there Bradbury 616 this story is in three point of view because there are no humans and there were only a dog as we all know dogs dont write story Therefore the story cannot be 1st person of view or 2nd person point of view By the water of Babylons is a short story by Stephen Vincent Bent The story is about John coming into manhood and must complete a dangerous right of passage before he is accepted by his father and
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