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Technology: a Menace to Society

Summary: The essay argues that Ray Bradbury's negative attitude towards technology in the book "Dandelion Wine" shows that he believes that technology does more harm than good to society.
Mankind has a constant desire to become more knowledgeable. With new knowledge, it is almost certain that new technology will soon follow. New technology serves as either a new luxury or a new disaster waiting to happen. Many good things have happened because of technology, but these positives are sometimes countered by an equal or even greater amount of negatives. The whole purpose of creating technology is to simplify life and to make things easier, yet it is not rare for technology to complicate life and make things worse. Ray Bradbury shows this perspective of technology through the use of many examples in the novel Dandelion Wine. Bradbury's negative view shows that new technology can be detrimental to society by demoralizing society and causing people to forget what life is about and may also cause damage because of dysfunction or disoperation and sometimes does not...

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