The Martian Chronicles - August 2001: The Settlers Summary & Analysis

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August 2001: The Settlers Summary

The beings of Earth begin to settle Mars. Their reasons for arriving are varied, from a need for escape governmental control, to bad relationships, to dreams of grandeur, to a simple need for employment. The first settlers are lonely as they began to colonize the planet, but as more individuals come, more individuals follow and the loneliness dissipates.

August 2001: The Settlers Analysis

Although brief, this chapter shows the beginning of Mars colonization. As men come, dreaming of grand plans or simply from a desire for change, the reader is led to assume that, in a brief time, mankind will begin to change Mars. This chapter shows the result of the foreshadowing in chapter 5, as men like Pritchard begin their new lives on the new planet.

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