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Ray Bradbury [electronic resource] : (New Edition)

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781604138054Series: Bloom's Modern Critical ViewsPublication details: New York : Infobase Publishing, 2010.ISBN:
  • 9781438131092
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Ray Bradbury : (New Edition)DDC classification:
  • 813.54
LOC classification:
  • PS3503.R167 .Z853 2010
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Contents:
Cover; Contents; Editor's Note; Introduction; Medicines for Melancholy; Bradbury on Children; The Expedition to the Planet of Paranoia; The Unconscious, Fantasy, and Science Fiction; Reverie and the Marvelous; Stage Plays; The Post-Apocalyptic Library; The Body Eclectic; The Bomb Next Door; Being Martian; Chronology; Contributors; Bibliography; Acknowledgments; Index
Summary: The author of Fahrenheit 451 and The Martian Chronicles is among the most highly respected science fiction and fantasy writers today. His works explore the nature, implication, and limits of the human, in both terrestrial and extraterrestrial realms. Bradbury's often dystopian visions were a product of the times, years marked by the cold war and nuclear proliferation. Readers will find useful critical commentary on Bradbury's work in this new edition in the Bloom's Modern Critical Views series. Also featured are an introductory essay by master scholar Harold Bloom, an index for quick reference
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Cover; Contents; Editor's Note; Introduction; Medicines for Melancholy; Bradbury on Children; The Expedition to the Planet of Paranoia; The Unconscious, Fantasy, and Science Fiction; Reverie and the Marvelous; Stage Plays; The Post-Apocalyptic Library; The Body Eclectic; The Bomb Next Door; Being Martian; Chronology; Contributors; Bibliography; Acknowledgments; Index

The author of Fahrenheit 451 and The Martian Chronicles is among the most highly respected science fiction and fantasy writers today. His works explore the nature, implication, and limits of the human, in both terrestrial and extraterrestrial realms. Bradbury's often dystopian visions were a product of the times, years marked by the cold war and nuclear proliferation. Readers will find useful critical commentary on Bradbury's work in this new edition in the Bloom's Modern Critical Views series. Also featured are an introductory essay by master scholar Harold Bloom, an index for quick reference