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Bradbury ultimately found resigned humor in the time and resources wasted on investigating his normal American life.
Bradbury was born August 22, 1920 in Waukegan, Ill., and enjoyed a literary career spanning eight decades.
Of course, not being afraid to fail is not the same as not failing—and Bradbury had his flops.
Among his many talents, Bradbury was able to see the future with appalling clarity.
A handful of the pieces here rank up there with those of pulp gods like Ellison and Bradbury and Clarke.
Even Miss Bradbury seemed elated over this remarkable coincidence of need and supply on both sides.
If a prisoner conducts himself properly, Captain Bradbury will treat him as humanely as he can under the circumstances.The Twin Hells|John N. Reynolds
Miss Bradbury listened in a pleased silence that betrayed itself in her eyes, for her lips were unbending.
"We have enough to be thankful for, all of us," said Mrs. Scollard, looking lovingly at Miss Bradbury.
Bradbury and several others went to this gentleman's room, and communicated to him the loss, and their doubts respecting him.Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi|Joseph Grimaldi