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