- Ray (Douglas),1920–2012, U.S. science-fiction writer.
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Contemporary Examples of bradbury
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.Great New Reads
The Daily Beast
October 31, 2010
Historical Examples of bradbury
Bradbury and Patrick were served very much in the same manner.
I afterwards fell in with Bradbury, who mentioned this circumstance to me.
Bradbury, he declared that that was a fact with the majority of autos, but not with his.
Bradbury groaned once in a while, and Mrs. Bassett got nervous.
It might be with the pope: Mr. Bradbury was fond of providing for the pope.
- Sir Malcolm (Stanley). 1932–2000, British novelist and critic. His novels include The History Man (1975), Rates of Exchange (1983), Cuts (1988), and Doctor Criminale (1992)
- Ray . born 1920, US science-fiction writer. His novels include Fahrenheit 451 (1953), Death is a Lonely Business (1986), and A Graveyard for Lunatics (1990)