The Road

Section 15 - pages 180-195 q 3

In the manʼs flashback, he recalls a time when they had slept in an abandoned pharmacy, and that the expensive electronic equipment had not been touched on the shelves. Why do you think it had not been taken by people? What does that suggest about the catastrophe that ended the world?

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There was no electricity to enjoy these things. In fact "things" like electronics were no longer needed. The world was dying if not dead. If people were alive, they needed food and water, not electronics.