Unformatted text preview: He went on to say “I don’t want to do anything but listen and smell; what else is there to do?” Bradbury is making a cultural argument in saying that people value their technology and personal belongings over human interaction. This assertion has gained strength as technology has become more advanced. People feel as if their technology can supplant human interaction, and as a result they see people as unimportant. This could definitely something I could see myself writing my Inquiry I about. It is something that I can relate to, and something that I am passionate about enough to write a paper about....
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- Spring '08
- Writing, Thought, Bradbury, George Hadley, Select passage