The Illustrated Man
That The Illustrated Man has remained in print since being published in '51 is fair testimony to the universal appeal of Bradbury's work. Only his 2nd collection (the 1st was Dark Carnival, later reworked into The October Country), it's a marvelous, if mostly dark, quilt of science fiction,... show more
That The Illustrated Man has remained in print since being published in '51 is fair testimony to the universal appeal of Bradbury's work. Only his 2nd collection (the 1st was Dark Carnival, later reworked into The October Country), it's a marvelous, if mostly dark, quilt of science fiction, fantasy & horror. In an ingenious framework to open & close the book, Bradb
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Publisher: Bantam Books
Pages no: 186
Edition language: English
It is always a thrill to read works by Ray Bradbury, and this was no exception. If you are ever looking for a literary palate cleanser, I'd say you can't go wrong with Bradbury.
Ray Bradbury is one of the strongest influences on my writing, and this book is no exception to that. More than just astronauts in rocket ships, Ray Bradbury's work resonates and impacts our own world and lives. This collection of short stories ranges from planets of the future, desperate explorat...
Un recueil de nouvelles assez intéressant, très bien écrit, avec plusieurs idées extrêmement intéressantes que l'on a pu voir dans différents films de science-fiction à travers les dernières décennies. Une préférence personnelle pour trois nouvelles : Les Boules de Feu (critiquant l'ethnocentrisme e...
--Prologue: The Illustrated Man--The Veld--Kaleidoscope--The Other Foot--The Highway--The Man--The Long Rain--Usher II--The Last Night of the World--The Rocket--No Particular Night or Morning--The Fox and the Forest--The Visitor--Marionettes, Inc.--The City--Zero Hour--The Playground--Epilogue
I don't remember exactly why I bought this book, and I think it has been on my TBR for the last two years. But as I'm trying to actually read my TBR, I came across the Illustrated Man by Ray Bradbury, most famous of course for his novel Fahrenheit 451. And, I really was surprised at how much I lik...
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