How does Bradbury create irony in pedestrian?
How is irony used in The Pedestrian?
What is Bradbury suggesting in The Pedestrian?
How does Bradbury use imagery in The Pedestrian?
Bradbury uses Imagery to develop the futuristic setting and mood by saying “The police car sat in the centre of the street with its radio throat faintly humming” (51). The next example of Bradbury using imagery when he says “It smelled of riveted steel.
What is situational irony?
What is verbal irony?
Why did Bradbury write The Pedestrian?
What comment about society does Bradbury present within The Pedestrian?
Bradbury emphasizes the importance of social interaction in a healthy society by including bleak isolation for his main character.