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Ray Bradbury
Ray Bradbury’s contribution to the literary landscape and our collective imagination made him one of the best-known writers of our time. As a master
To dive into Ray Bradbury’s work is to experience the complex, wondrous, and often troubling layers of human existence, as well as the possibilities beyond the
“The thing that makes me happy is that I know that on Mars, two hundred years from now, my books are going to be read. They’ll be up on dead Mars with no
I was warped early by Ray Bradbury... As a young teenager, I devoured Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451." Margaret Atwood
Ray Bradbury inspired generations of readers and viewers to dream, think, and create. His childhood was spent in the Midwestern small town of Waukegan,
During a career that spanned seventy-plus years, he wrote more than 400 short stories and nearly fifty books across a variety of genres. He also penned
His enduring novels, novelized story cycles, and story collections include The Martian Chronicles (1950), The Illustrated Man (1951), The Golden Apples of the
Bradbury’s many subsequent books include the children’s fantasy The Halloween Tree (1972); the detective novel trilogy Death Is a Lonely Business (1985), A
Further, his stories earned individual honors in two O. Henry Prize anthologies and four Best American Short Stories volumes, and continue to appear in
Ray Bradbury
During the Space Age, Bradbury emerged as a leading futurist through his stories, books, articles, and lectures. His ideas transcended the boundaries of
Ray Bradbury had a deep concern for the welfare and destiny of his fellow humans. Through his stories and in his life, he imagined ways to create a better
Bradbury’s worlds of tomorrow
Bradbury’s interplanetary influence The writer’s ability to see the future, especially beyond Earth’s thin and fragile layer of atmosphere, attracted the
"I was not predicting the future, I was trying to prevent it." – R.B.
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Слайд 2: Ray Bradbury’s contribution to the literary landscape and our collective imagination made him one of the best-known writers of our time. As a master storyteller, champion of creative freedom, space-age visionary, and guardian of the human heart, he has been embraced by millions across many generations and all walks of life

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Слайд 3: To dive into Ray Bradbury’s work is to experience the complex, wondrous, and often troubling layers of human existence, as well as the possibilities beyond the limits of a small rocky planet called Earth. In fact, his work has literally traveled out of this world — a digitized copy of The Martian Chronicles reached the Red Planet in 2008, aboard NASA’s Phoenix Mars Lander

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Слайд 4: The thing that makes me happy is that I know that on Mars, two hundred years from now, my books are going to be read. They’ll be up on dead Mars with no atmosphere. And late at night, with a flashlight, some little boy is going to peek under the covers and read The Martian Chronicles on Mars.”

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Слайд 5: I was warped early by Ray Bradbury... As a young teenager, I devoured Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451." Margaret Atwood

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Слайд 6: Ray Bradbury inspired generations of readers and viewers to dream, think, and create. His childhood was spent in the Midwestern small town of Waukegan, Illinois, and he mastered his craft in Los Angeles, where he forged a special creative bond with the city and its many cultures, raised his family, and drew as feverishly as he wrote

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Слайд 7: During a career that spanned seventy-plus years, he wrote more than 400 short stories and nearly fifty books across a variety of genres. He also penned numerous poems, essays, plays, operas, teleplays, and screenplays, making him one of the most productive and admired writers of our time, as well as one of the most widely translated in the world

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Слайд 8: His enduring novels, novelized story cycles, and story collections include The Martian Chronicles (1950), The Illustrated Man (1951), The Golden Apples of the Sun (1953), Fahrenheit 451 (1953), The October Country (1955), Dandelion Wine (1957), A Medicine for Melancholy (1959), and Something Wicked This Way Comes (1962)

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Слайд 9: Bradbury’s many subsequent books include the children’s fantasy The Halloween Tree (1972); the detective novel trilogy Death Is a Lonely Business (1985), A Graveyard for Lunatics (1990), and Let’s All Kill Constance! (2003); an essay collection on creativity, Zen in the Art of Writing (1989); a roman-à-clef based on his work in Ireland with John Huston, entitled Green Shadows, White Whale (1992); the supernatural novel From the Dust Returned (2001)

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Слайд 10: Further, his stories earned individual honors in two O. Henry Prize anthologies and four Best American Short Stories volumes, and continue to appear in hundreds of textbooks for new generations of readers

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"I have never listened to anyone who criticized my taste in space travel, sideshows or gorillas. When this occurs, I pack up my dinosaurs and leave the room." – R.B.

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Слайд 12: During the Space Age, Bradbury emerged as a leading futurist through his stories, books, articles, and lectures. His ideas transcended the boundaries of fiction and became the real-life dreams of astronomers, astronauts, planetary scientists, and mainstream readers of all ages

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Слайд 13: Ray Bradbury had a deep concern for the welfare and destiny of his fellow humans. Through his stories and in his life, he imagined ways to create a better world and offered cautions designed to sustain the one we have. He had no scientific or technical training, but he had an innate sense of what might come in the future—miraculous devices that, at the time, were just science fiction

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Слайд 14: Bradbury’s worlds of tomorrow

Fahrenheit 451, 1953 “And in her ears the little Seashells, the thimble radios tamped tight, and an electronic ocean of sound, of music and talk and music and talk coming in, coming in on the shore of her unsleeping mind.” “... he had visited the bank, which was open all night every night with robot tellers in attendance.” “The Murderer,” was included in The Golden Apples of the Sun, 1953 “When it wasn’t music, it was interoffice communications, and my horror chamber of a radio wristwatch on which my friends and my wife phoned every five minutes. What is there about such ‘conveniences’ that makes them so temptingly convenient? The average man thinks, Here I am, time on my hands, and there on my wrist is a wrist telephone...”

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Слайд 15: Bradbury’s interplanetary influence The writer’s ability to see the future, especially beyond Earth’s thin and fragile layer of atmosphere, attracted the attention of astronauts and scientists, who became some of his most dedicated fans during his lifetime—fans who shared his dreams and took Bradbury’s influence to places that reached beyond even his vibrant imagination. During the 1960s, he became a frequent speaker at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) and NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California, and his award-winning articles on the Gemini and Apollo missions for Life magazine were read by millions

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Слайд 16: I was not predicting the future, I was trying to prevent it." – R.B

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