They glanced out at the world that was raining now and raining and raining steadily. She is lucky enough to know what the warmth of the sun feels like on her skin. It opens on the day that the sun is due to make its appearance once again. The sun has had it's day and Margot, the one wholoved the sun more than anyone, has missed it because of beinglocked in the closet. There was a one girl, Margot. But the mean kids … lock Margot in a closet. While they do this, the rain clouds move in.
Bradbury describes the sun and the rain in many ways. In relation to that, Summer Solstice is a story of men vs. The teacher returns and they all go to the tunnel's exit, as she thinks everyone is present and accounted for from her class. The reason they live underground is because it is constantly raining on Venus, day in and day out. Margot and the other children in her school on Venus are nine years old.
Once again, another student gave a muffled cry. The atmosphere will tell the feelings expressed by the characters in the story though to the relation between character-atmosphere. There are vegetables to harvest and fruit hanging from trees. Will it happen today, will it? They run and play, skip jump and prance about, savoring every second of their newly found freedom. An important theme of the.
It had been raining for seven years. It was said in the story that the children living in this planet have been there since they were 2 years old. Even though it will continue raining the environment will change and the perspective or way to see thing will also change. However, when the children lock her in the closet, the hour of sunshine passes, and when they let her out, there is no more sunlight anym … ore. And this was because she would play no games with them in the echoing tunnels of the underground city.
In addition, after this period in the sunlight, the children are suddenly awash with regret for locking Margot inside, as if the sun has made them more self-aware and empathetic. Margot struggles to fit in everyday of her time on Venus, and she does not get along with the other children. It was the color of stones and white cheeses and ink, and it was the color of the moon. As they re-entered the hallway, they asked their teacher questions. The teacher comes to tell the children that the sun is actually going to come out. I do not permit a woman to teach or to have authority over a man; she must be silent. Nowadays, it seems that everything may change because of one factor—the culture.
The other children had been on Venus all of their lives. They tease her and make fun of her, because she is different from them and doesn't think the way they do. Other children hated her because she had frail body, pale face, ghost-like voice and the memory of the sun. This is true for all but one of the children. All of the children exit the tunnels and begin to run around and enjoy the sun.
The rain has washed the yellow from their hair, the blue from their eyes, and the red from their lips. Margot came from Earth to Venus five years ago. The other kids do not agree with Margot and do not believe that the sun will shine. They slowly walked to the closet door, and no noises were emitted from behind the closet door. He lets the reader know what the characters are like and what they feel by their actions in the story.
Margot goes to school and lives underground with the other children on Venus. So, naturally, seasons, because they are tied to farming and thus food and thus life, were fraught with all kinds of symbolic meanings. Harvan Art of Writing 12 April 2010 All Summer in a Day Most children grow up not knowing how the world works around them. Although the story depicts that Margot just lost the opportunity. The Venus has strange weather that is rainy, no sunny during seven years. It was a means of achieving wealth.
Authors use metaphors and similes to help describe people, objects or places. Without sunlight, the people on Venus seem slightly less than human. At the time this story was written, it was not known that Venus was hot and arid. In this instance, we follow the hardship of the lead character as she faces bullying from her fellow students and this of course leads the reader to feel sympathetic towards her. Lessons focus on symbolism, theme, conflict, setting, imagery, characterization, literary analysis, and more.