The Martian Chronicles - February 2003: The Interim Summary & Analysis

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February 2003: The Interim Summary

The colonization of Mars is nearly complete. The Earth settlers have brought in Earth materials, such as Oregon pine, California redwood, and nails, and built the Tenth City. Included in the towns are American-style homes, churches with stained glass windows, and the comforts of Earth, such as typewriters, music, and literature. It is as though the towns have simply been moved to Mars.

February 2003: The Interim Analysis

This chapter is again short, but necessary to show the progress of Mars colonization. The reader has seen in previous chapters the statements of men wanting to escape Earth and the governments, societal rules, social classes, and limitations that Earth places on individuals. In "The Interim," however, readers see that Mars is being colonized as an exact replica, and can only assume that as the cities fill with Americans from cultured backgrounds...

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