What point of view is "There Will Come Soft Rains" written in?
The point of view in this story is third-person omniscient. An omniscient, or all-knowing, narrator is able to communicate to the reader the thoughts and feelings of all of the characters, as well as the sights, sounds, and other details of the setting. The only characters in the story, however, are the machines and robots that operate the now defunct house, and an old dog "gone to bone and covered in sores."
If Bradbury had chosen to...
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