There is another interesting passage: “Animals took shape: yellow giraffes, blue lions, pink antelopes, lilac Panthers” (Bradbury 2). As one can clearly see, the author used the colors that do not reflect the realistic colors of those animals. Keeping in mind that this was a part of the description of a children’s room, there is no doubt that these colors were used for the amusement of the children who lived there.
As it has already been mentioned, the author portrays the world of the future. While thinking about it, many people tend to be rather optimistic. This optimism is reflected in the fact that the technology that is described in the text does not only interact with people: it literally sings.
Nevertheless, Bradbury notes that even in the future people still were not able to find solutions to some problems. For example, no matter how smart the technology is, water which is the inevitable result of human’s activity is still “digested and flushed away to the distant sea” (Bradbury 1). This means that the civilization of the future still features some flaws that were not dealt with. This little element contributes to the convincing power of the story.
One of the most peculiar innovations that are described in the text is robot mice. Apparently, they are responsible for cleaning the house. There is no doubt that this is a rather interesting element since it shows the transition from a perception of mice as harmful rodents to something that helps around the house even though robot mice are not actual mice.