What is the use of technology if it has destroyed its creators? (i.e. discuss the main dichotomy underlining "There Will Come Soft Rains.")
I think that this becomes the primary issue in the short story. I don't think that Bradbury blames technology for killing off the people. Rather, he constructs a vision of a "morally neutral" technological setting. Human beings construct the technological means to do amazing things. Self- cleaning of a house, destruction of millions, and an automated presence that expands and astounds the mind...
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