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Bradbury Speaks: Too Soon from the Cave, Too Far from the Stars

Bradbury Speaks: Too Soon from the Cave, Too Far from the Stars

Geschrieben von Ray Bradbury

Erzählt von Jim Frangione


Bradbury Speaks: Too Soon from the Cave, Too Far from the Stars

Geschrieben von Ray Bradbury

Erzählt von Jim Frangione

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Länge:
6 Stunden
Freigegeben:
15. Mai 2018
ISBN:
9781501966101
Format:
Hörbuch

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Beschreibung

He is an American treasure, a clear-eyed fantasist without peer, and a literary icon who has created wonder for the better part of seven decades. On subjects as diverse as fiction, the future, film, famous personalities, and more, Ray Bradbury has much to say, as only he can say it.

Collected in this audiobook are memories, ruminations, opinions, prophecies, and philosophies from one of the most influential and admired writers of our time. As unique, unabashed, and irrepressible as the artist himself, here is an intimate portrait, painted with the master's own words, of the one and only Ray Bradbury —far more revealing than any mere memoir, for it opens windows not only into his life and work but also into his mind and heart.

Freigegeben:
15. Mai 2018
ISBN:
9781501966101
Format:
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Über den Autor

Ray Bradbury (22 August 1920 – 5 June 2012) published some 500 short stories, novels, plays and poems since his first story appeared in Weird Tales when he was twenty years old. Among his many famous works are 'Fahrenheit 451,' 'The Illustrated Man,' and 'The Martian Chronicles.'


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  • (5/5)
    I love reading Ray Bradbury. Anything. There was lots of interesting essays here with some things I did not know about this god of the short story. He speaks and I will always listen.
  • (3/5)
    Essays about everything - I really liked the ones about SF especially, but most of the others were enjoyable also - Bradbury's writing style is evident even in short form - and man, the guy knows everybody!
  • (4/5)
    You wouldn't read this if you weren't already a fan. So, ignore this if you're looking for fiction

    It's a collection of essays and other unpublished odds and ends but it's pure uninhibited Bradbury. I've attended a couple of his lectures so I have a passing idea of what he's like in person and this is dead-on.

    He's very passionate about people with imagination. He roots out the brilliance in all arts like a pig after truffles. Nothing gets in his way of experiencing the best that humanity has to offer and nothing gets in his way of telling you about it.

    I'm from a much later age as the author so a lot of his analogies to film and literary figures was lost on me. But the sincerity isn't, and I believe every word he says.

    It's good stuff. He appreciates the past heights of our culture but it doesn't sour him that they are so far behind us. His voice still shines with enthusiasm for life. It's upbeat stuff that will send you back out to the mines to try again. The joy is not in the finding. The joy is in the hope that the fantastic is still out there, waiting for you to arrive.

    Very inspiring. If you've wished you could face life like Douglas in Dandelion Wine, here's a practical guide.