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Early Morning:(7-8:30) Alarm voice speaks. Machine make breakfast, offer billing reminders, open and close garage doors. The breakfasts remain uneaten. The dishes are scraped and washed.

Mid-Morning: Mechanical mice clean the house. Sprinklers water the lawn.

Early Afternoon:(9:15-noon) The dog returns, starving and sick. The dog finds no one in the house and dies. The mice clean away the body. Card tables set up and then clear a card game. Animal noises entertain an empty nursery.

Late Afternoon:(noon-4:30pm) Baths are filled with water. Machines make dinner.

Night:(9-to dawn)  Beds are warmed. A poem is read. A wind knock a tree into a kitchen window. Solvent spills and starts a fire. The house is destroyed except for one wall. An electronic voice repeats the date over and over.

Bradbury chose to use strict chronological order because it presents a clear and logical way to tell the story. He does not use flashbacks because they might have distracted from the story of the house that lived on after its inhabitants died.

Foreshadowing: is an advance signal warning of what is yo come in the future 

Explain a scence that despicts fores..: tick-took, seven o'clock time to go up seven o'clock as if we're a fraid that nobody would

What do yo predicate happening based on the original scence: the clock, an inanimate object is given fear that no one would get up when it asks

What actually happened were you accurate: the foreshadow that indeed no one will respond to its call, which alludes to something terrible having happened. 

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