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Unformatted text preview: loss, but it does have feelings • Argues that the house knew that it no longer has purpose o Its programming was complex enough to register its masters’ routines and behaviors and because of that, it should be able to register the lack of masters • Argues that Bradbury used personification to make the house stand for humanity and that its death stands for the story of mankind o Basically, when we are gone, all of our brilliant creations will die and the world will continue on with man as a distant memory...
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- Spring '11
- American Literature, The Stand, Ray Bradbury