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There Will Come Soft Rains is about a house The house is fully automated Everything from the garage door to cleaning mice is automated As the day goes on the house recognizes to time and starts tasks at certain times The house can recognize the dogs bark and let it come inside It also has a weather box which determines the outside weather and plays a song or poemThe house may be automatic but there are no people around to live in it The house asks for input but after a long period of silence the house picks out of a random list Even though there is no one living in the house the house still cooks all the meals which are thrown away and the plates washed The story takes place in Allendale California in 2026 The house is the only one left All of the others were destroyed in the nuclear explosion This also killed all the people Some peoples shadows were burned into the side of the house So even though the people are gone the house still carries on The setting is the most important aspect of the story Since there are no people the house is the main characterThe theme of this story is that even thought nature is still there and the technology is still there there are no people The technology survived even thought the people had all died off Neither nature nor technology is affected by the lack of humans The dog had remained living but finally died in the house the mice cleaned up the body and moved on Technology is developed by humans who posses emotions These emotions are what separate humans from other animals These emotions cant be removed from the technology that the humans build and develop Ray Bradbury tries to convey the idea that technology is not the answer and that the emotions in them cant be destroyed At the end of
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