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The Golden Apples of the Sun by Ray Bradbury
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Jul 25, 10

Read from July 15 to 24, 2010

I love Ray Bradbury. This collection of some of his short stories includes a wide range of themes but all of them bear Bradbury's unique perspective on life & society. Perhaps hopefully dystopic, or dystopically hopeful? Not sure how to qualify his writing, but it's evocative and insightful. My personal favorite stories were The Pedestrian, Hail and Farewell, The Fog Horn, The Great Wide World Over There, Sun and Shadow, and, by far the best- The Murderer. A few of these 1953 stories are undoubtedly dated, but most still ring true today.

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