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Man Vs. Computer

Summary: Examines the coexistence of humans and computers. Debates if computers can betray humans the way humans betray each other. Maintains that the coexistence of human and computer can be possible if computers are in control because creators have a lot to learn from the computer.
Human coexisting with computer is a hallucination or a nightmare for some people. For most of us it is a science fiction. Computer and human can live in tranquility. They can be happy if computer maintain peace within us, and on the other hand the computers can betray human the way human does to each other.

In passage I the author used a dramatic language to intensify the anticipation of human and computer joining together to create a perfect society. Richard Brautigan would like to think that human and computer can live together in harmony if the computers are in control. It shows that he trusts computer more than human being. To peruse his optimistic perception he used repetition. This is demonstrated when he used, "I like to think" through out the entire poem. It helps the reader to stay in track of his main idea, and...

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