The Stories of Ray Bradbury

The Stories of Ray Bradbury

Book - 2010
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The Stories of Ray Bradbury--a hundred of his best stories, selected by the author himself--is the definitive collection of one of the greatest fantasists the world has ever known. Published in 1980, the volume contains stories selected from the first four decades of Bradbury's career.
Publisher: New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 2010
ISBN: 9780307269058
0307269051
Branch Call Number: FICTION BRADBURY 2010
Characteristics: xliii, 1059 pages ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Buckley, Christopher 1952-

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SCBS31 May 22, 2014

I had assumed that Ray Bradbury only wrote sci-fi, but while reading this book (which is full of wonderful stories) I found a fable called "The Golden Kite, The Silver Wind" which is simply breathtaking. It's an amazing story, with the moral coming naturally at the end. The rest of the book is great too, and I highly recommend it.

LifeofCat Sep 16, 2011

This title contains two of my favorite Bradbury stories: All Summer in a Day and There Will Come Soft Rains.

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