Bradbury Classic Stories 1: From the Golden Apples of the Sun and R Is for... - 'Sun and Shadow,' and 'The Meadow' Summary & Analysis

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'Sun and Shadow,' and 'The Meadow' Summary

In 'Sun and Shadow' a man called Ricardo is annoyed when he sees photographers and a model doing a fashion shoot in his street. He goes downstairs and argues with the photographer, who agrees to move on. However, Ricardo does not want him to shoot pictures anywhere in his small, poor town, as he feels it is insulting. He follows the photographer and continues to argue. When the photographer does not listen, he deliberately stands where the camera can see him and drops his trousers every time the photographer tries to take a picture. The photographer complains to a passing policeman, but the policeman refuses to arrest Ricardo. When the photographers and models finally give up and leave, the crowd cheers Ricardo.

In 'The Meadow,' a night watchman called Smith...

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