Compare And Contrast A Boy And All Summer In A Day

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“Boy” and “All Summer in a Day” In both Boy: Tales of Childhood, an autobiographical novel by Roald Dahl, and “All Summer in a Day” a short science-fiction story by Ray Bradbury, children pull pranks without thinking about the consequences. After putting a dead mouse inside one of the candy store owner’s glass display jars and getting caught, Dahl received a brutal caning and feel,”as though someone had laid a red hot poker against his flesh”(49). Although Roald should have thought about the consequences he should have not got a caning. Roald getting a caning was unnecessary because it was abusive and harsh. Unlike the easily seen, temporal physical agony Dahl experiences, Margo's classmates endorse more serious ramifications. Jealous