"The Golden Kite, the Sliver Wind"
By: Ray Bradbury
- In China, their are two villages incapable power of competing against one another. The villages get even more competitive by racing against one another to build a wall around the villages. The shape of the walls that where being built wasn't meant to bring people in. But to be a symbolism of defeating each other villages.
Examples and Identifications
- It shows in the story that the society would be a lot easier if, the communities worked together instead of against.
- Example: When one wall was built in the shape of a blunt stick, The other town built their wall in the shape of a fire, to burn the stick. When one town recreated their wall to make it look like a sun, the other town built a new wall in the shape of the moon, to block out the sun."
Examples and evidence on the narrtors tone
- The narrator is a third person point of view
- man vs. man
- man vs. nature
- man vs. self