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3. The narrator in “All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace” expresses (1 point)

a) A desire to return to a natural way of living in nature
b) A desire for man to live simply in nature with computers for his safeguard***
c) A vision of a cybernetic man/robot living with animals
d) A desire to live in the future with advanced technology.
am I right?

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  1. Probably. Read it again to be sure.

    Richard Brautigan's
    All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace

    I like to think (and
    the sooner the better!)
    of a cybernetic meadow
    where mammals and computers
    live together in mutually
    programming harmony
    like pure water
    touching clear sky.

    I like to think
    (right now, please!)
    of a cybernetic forest
    filled with pines and electronics
    where deer stroll peacefully
    past computers
    as if they were flowers
    with spinning blossoms.

    I like to think
    (it has to be!)
    of a cybernetic ecology
    where we are free of our labors
    and joined back to nature,
    returned to our mammal
    brothers and sisters,
    and all watched over
    by machines of loving grace.

    https://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/09/weekend-poem-all-watched-over-by-machines-of-loving-grace/245251/

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  2. I kinda think its D... but I also feel like it might be A?

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  3. A or B or D. You need to decide!

    Read the poem again 2 or 3 times. Read it aloud to someone.

    Then read each answer choice very carefully. Which one has ALL the elements named in the poem? Which ones don’t have all?

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  4. An obsession with technology

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  5. it is D. a desire to live in the future... ur welcome

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  6. D. a desire to live in the future

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