Dandelion Wine Essay | Bradbury's Distaste for Machines and Technology in his novel Dandelion Wine

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Bradbury's Distaste for Machines and Technology in his novel Dandelion Wine

Summary: How Bradbury exposes his distaste of technology and his mistrust of machines in his novel Dandelion Wine. Examines how characters react to these machines and to the change they bring about in their lives.
Bradbury has a distaste for all machines. During these times, older products are being replaced by another and another newer product. And as these products are being replaced, they keep having defects and don't work. For example, cars they are replaced by a newer model every year, and they keep have recalls. In the book, there's been attempts to change older products by new ones. This shows that these products will never last forever, but in our memories. Bradbury thinks that modern machines serve no purpose at all.

Many machines in Dandelion wine were not that reliable. Such as the new kitchen and glasses. Aunt Rose thought that grandma's cooking would improve, by having modern items. But, these modern items had affected grandma's cooking and making it taste terrible. Sometimes even if you have the best products it doesn't...

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