R ay B radbury C aroline L i L eah H inshaw N oah F eldman
Dark They Were , and Golden-Eyed is about a man named Harry. He and his family go to Mars in a colony. Mars scares them "the Martian air might suck his soul from him like marrow from a white bone." They later get stuck on mars. Plus the Martian air does strange things like changing the colors of flowers an giving cows horns. But the air changes the people there to . As they stay longer, their hair darkens and their eyes turn golden. Plus they lose their sense of purpose and become free frolicking Martians.
The Golden Kite , The Silver Wind is about two towns that have competing wall shapes. orange loses to pig loses to club loses to fire loses to lake loses to ... loses to falcon loses to net loses to knife ... golden kite and silver wind break the pattern by helping each other .
Bo th stori es had some sort of moral in th em. For Dark They Were and Golden Eyed the moral is sketchy and ill defined . However the moral for Golden Kite and Silver Wind would be little better shown if brazen across the pages.
Both stories had some sort of conflict between one force and another. Conflict
The G olden Kite, The Silver Wind took place in small t owns.
Dark They Were, and Golden-Eyed took place in an area in the middle of nowhere.
Both stories included a lot of dialogue . Dialogue!
The main character (in both stories) thinks differently from all other characters in their stories.
Conflict Dialogue! Both stories were works of non-fantasy fiction. While they relied on themes that were not historically or scientifically accurate