Essay about The Theme Of All Summer In A Day By Ray Bradbury

All Summer in a Day, by Ray Bradbury teaches readers that jealousy can lead you to do horrible things. The other children are jealous of Margot because she remembers what the sun is like, and they don’t. Therefor, the theme of jealousy shows up many times throughout the story. Making it evident that the theme of All Summer in a Day, is that you shouldn’t let jealousy guide you into making poor decisions.
The children show their feelings toward Margot when they are sharing their stories. Margot’s was, “I think the sun is a flower; That blooms for just one hour.” In response, one of the boy’s claims that she didn’t write that poem. He didn’t want to believe that Margot had written it because it was so good. This is one example of jealousy….