Ray Bradbury: Short Stories


At the end of the story, Johnny thinks," I set thee wishing there was something I could say". What makes the situation of the sea creature hopeless, at least for now?

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There is nothing the sea creature has left to connect with in the outside world. The modern world has past the creature behind and he sits alone in the sea: a relic with no purpose or companionship.