Ray Bradbury: Science Fiction Frontier
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The paper discusses the life and work of author Ray Bradbury. It has a summary of his life, a close reading of one of his short stories, and describes writing styles, themes, and his own thoughts arguing that he was a writer of science fiction. The writers main arguments throughout the paper is that Bradbury's style was more like that of science fiction and not of fantasy. Mainly discusses his work "The Crowd".
From the Paper:"Ray Bradbury, mostly known for his work in Fahrenheit 451, was actually a much broader producer of works than most of us have thought. Throughout his lifetime he wrote over 500 stories, plays, screenplays, radio, music, comic books, and poems (Wolfe 61). But an argument about his works has been debated ever since he became a prominent writer. Was he in fact one of the first Science Fiction writers of all time?"
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