Key words: Ray Bradbury, “All Summer in a Day,” imagination
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I don’t think I’ve read that Bradbury story, but it sounds like classic Bradbury. I get a feeling of the atmosphere just from your description and those two lines of the poem.
I can’t remember in which collection this short story is found, but it is available online: http://www.wssb.org/content/classrooms/tate/content/freshman/all%20summer%20in%20a%20day/story.htm. There is a stark contrast between the beauty of the poem and the later actions of the children.
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