Who wrote the short story The Pedestrian?
This short story was written by Ray Bradbury
The story ends with the pedestrian being taken to a psychiatric facility for the study of "Regressive Tendencies," which I suppose "resolves" his story of aberrant behavior. There is no resolution to the idea of that whole society being wrong though, which is likely what the author was getting at. :)
Fahrenheit 451 takes place in the 21st century bt we dont know exactly which state It's true that we don't know the actual place in Fahrenheit 451, but my inclination is to set the novel in the year 2053. There are a couple of reasons for this assumption. First, this date is 100 years after the date Bradbury wrote the novel, but there is a more convincing argument. Bradbury gives us a major clue about…
Yes, it is a short story by Ray Bradbury. If you're asking how short it is, I don't remember off the top of my head, but it's about ten pages or so. It's an easy read and it's a great story. It's based on a true event that happened to the author when he was walking home from a friends house in L.A. I won't say anything else about it because you should read it!