The Golden Kite, the Silver Wind

Ray Bradbury


Two towns surrounded by superstition always find themselves in competition by building walls around them. After years of rivalry the towns decide to work together.


This story is in a 3rd person point of view. The quote, "Life was full of symbols and omens. Demons lurked everywhere. Death swam in the wetness of an eye, the turn of a gull's wing meant rain, a fan held so, the tilt of a roof, and, yes, even a city wall was of immense importance.", shows the reader the narrator uses a matter of fact blase point of view. This way he or she doesn't show bias towarda one of the towns.
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