Bradbury Classic Stories 1: From the Golden Apples of the Sun and R Is for... - 'The Golden Kite, The Silver Wind,' and 'I See You Never,' and 'Embroidery' Summary & Analysis

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'The Golden Kite, The Silver Wind,' and 'I See You Never,' and 'Embroidery' Summary

In 'The Golden Kite, The Silver Wind,' the Mandarin (ruler) of a town whose wall is shaped like an orange is distressed to learn that the nearby town of Kwan-Si has shaped its walls like a pig. This is a terrible omen, as pigs eat oranges. Visitors will think that Kwan-Si is the better, dominant town, and so will go there instead. The Mandarin's daughter suggests rebuilding the city wall into the shape of a club to drive off the pig. They do so, but Kwan-Si reshapes their wall as a bonfire to burn the club. The Mandarin's daughter suggests shaping their walls as a lake to put out the fire. They do so...

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