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Will In Ray Bradbury's Something Wicked This Way Comes

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In the novel "Something Wicked This Way Comes" by Ray Bradbury, Will is described, characterized by his behavior, and be his shift in attitude. This is shown through "bright, clear as drop of summer rain" (Bradbury, 6). Bradbury describes him this way to show that he has a positive and uncomplicated view on life. He does this by explaining that Will was the first one to answer lightening rod salesman right away instead of waiting and examining whether or not Will and Jim should talk to him. His behavior is characterized through "Will? Know what you are? A darn old dimwit Episcopal Baptist!" (29). This characterizes his behavior as always being the one who follows Jim and acts like Jim's conscience to keep him out of trouble. Bradbury does

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  • Analyzes how ray bradbury describes will in "something wicked this way comes" to show that he has a positive and uncomplicated view on life.
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