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Examines how the novel presents technology as both good and a source of dread and the novel's picture of a technology gone mad. Discusses the lives of characters in the aftermath of an airborne toxic event.
From the Paper:"Technology, as a means toward the reduction of certain kinds of human labor and effort, can either benefit or damage human beings, depending upon such conditions as the degree to which technology itself is controlled ..."
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