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A Sound of Thunder
Transcript of A Sound of Thunder
writing at age 11 and has had quite a career since then.
Inspired to write in 1932 by a carnival magician, Bradbury
has won numerous literary awards for his hundreds and
hundreds of works, almost 50 being novels. Memorable
titles of his include Fahrenheit 451, Something Wicked
This Way Comes, and the screenplay for the award-
winning movie Moby Dick. He died on June 5th, 2012
at age 91. Thought Provoking questions Ray Bradbury is famous for his "weird" sci-fi short stories. Do you think this story could possibly be applied to out lives in 2013? Vocabulary Militarist-
a skilled person in the conduct of war. Finicky-
excessively particular Infinitesimally-
indefinitely particular Paradox-
a statement that seems self-contradictory Delirium-
a state of violent excitement Warily-
in a watchful manner Citations: Do you agree with the safari company's idea of keeping everyone on the path in an attempt to not alter the future? Why is this important? Throughout the story the concept of "time" is discussed. How do you feel about futurism and time travel? Is it foolish, for fear of what could happen, like in a "Sound of Thunder"? Journal Write a very short creative story that incorporates cause and effect or chain reactions try to cause as many reactions as possible
ex: High School Drama
Bad Luck day Discussion Setting: 2055 A.D. Paradox: "But if you come back this morning in time" said Eckles eagerly, "you must've bumped into us, our safari! How did it turn out? Was it successful? Did all of us get through- alive?" Antagonist: Travis Butterfly effect:
Killing one butterfly couldnt be that important! *Your participation in this discussion will count as your final assessment, so participate! Thoughts to Consider: How does your story relate to our analysis of Sound of Thunder?
What do you agree and disagree with about our analysis?
What about a Sound of Thunder and your journal entry tie in with our analysis and chain reactions? By Ray Bradbury Bibliography
"About Ray Bradbury." About Ray Bradbury. N.p., n.d. Web.
31 Jan. 2013. <http://raybradbury.com/about.html>.
Dictionary.com. Dictionary.com, 26 Jan. 2013. Web. 31 Jan. 2013.