Bradbury Classic Stories 1: From the Golden Apples of the Sun and R Is for... - Study Guide 'The Fog Horn,' and 'The April Witch' Summary & Analysis

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In 'The Fog Horn,' two men, McDunn and the narrator, work and live in an isolated lighthouse. The narrator will soon go on shore leave, but first McDunn warns him that something strange will happen tonight. Every year at this time, McDunn explains, something comes to visit the lighthouse. Sure enough, a little later when the fog horn has blown, a huge sea creature comes out of the depths and swims towards the lighthouse. The monster calls out to the lighthouse and its cry sounds exactly like the Fog Horn. McDunn thinks that it must be the last of its kind desperately looking for a mate. Last year it simply came and called to the lighthouse and then left. This year however, it seems angry. It charges the lighthouse and McDunn and...

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