The Machine Stops Essay | Essay

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of "The Machine Stops" by E.M. Forster.
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"The Machine Stops" by E.M. Forster

Summary: This essay is about how the author tries to achieve special reactions in the reader through different phases in "The Machine Stops" by E.M. Forster.
E. M. Foster has a very particular way of showing, from my point of view, what will happen in an unknown future, and this is expressed through words. Although the story has been written in a very basic, or let's say, easy vocabulary, reading between lines you will find very interesting metaphors and hidden messages. He has a very keen way of expressing strong ideas, such as the destruction of humanity, the unwariness of people and even death.

Imagination is one of the most common things in nature, in our world, but apparently not in Forest's world. We see this expressed through the following paragraph; "The four big stars...original." Here we can see stated not only the lack of imagination the machine created but other thing, such as the little knowledge of the past. Kuno was, undoubtedly, different from the others, but through this difference we can...

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