How does bullying affect people in Ray Bradbury's short stories?
I think that part of Bradbury's genius is that he writes stories that might be set in a future or distant land, but the realities of bullying and intimidation are inescapable even in these settings. For example, Margot is bullied in "All Summer in a Day ." Margot represents how Bradbury identifies with the targets of bullying and intimidation in the modern setting. Bradbury's support of Margot represents how bullying and...
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