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    Human Element in Bradbury's "A Sound of Thunder "

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    Out of these two stories, which story presents the human element best? What is it, that makes the presentation of the human element in that story particularly effective?

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    As you briefly identify which of these two stories presents the best human element, I feel like Bradbury's characterizations conjure more emotions and a greater sense of empathy for the characters and plot. For me, the portrayal of Eckels' fear, for ...

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    The presentation of the human element is compared in both pieces briefly. 200 words of notes and textual evidence are presented.