Here is what the the late (and great) science fiction writer Ben Bova had to say, in the August 19, 2000 Orlando Sentinel newspaper, about Ray Bradbury:
"He's one of the great writers, and one of the few stylists, of science fiction. Most science fiction is written in a very naturalistic prose, but Ray has always been distinctive in the way he uses the language....He's always been a writer who wanted to improve the human condition by showing the way people really behave. He's not interested in rocket ships and ray guns except as a means of putting people in a different milieu."
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