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Discussion Topic  RE: Most interesting character. (in Favorite Book/ Story) by The Illustrated Man
I would have to agree with Montag. He evolves from an automaton of the state into a free-thinking ma......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Favorite Funny Bradbury Stories (in Favorite Book/ Story) by The Illustrated Man
Those stories are great too, Braling II. Poe did black humor very well; he had a talent for getting ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Favorite Funny Bradbury Stories (in Favorite Book/ Story) by The Illustrated Man
I don't mean to get slightly off-topic here, but speaking of funny stories, check out Edgar Allan Po......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Favorite Funny Bradbury Stories (in Favorite Book/ Story) by The Illustrated Man
"The Fruit at the Bottom of the Bowl" is a scream. Another funny one I've found, though I'm not sure......
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Discussion Topic  "The Trunk Lady" (in Favorite Book/ Story) by The Illustrated Man
Imagine my joy when I stumbled across a Ray Bradbury story I've never read (and I thought I'd read t......
Ray Bradbury Hompage > raybradburyboard.com > Forums > Favorite Book/ Story

Discussion Topic  "The Trunk Lady" (in Favorite Book/ Story) by The Illustrated Man
Imagine my joy when I stumbled across a Ray Bradbury story I've never read (and I thought I'd read t......
Ray Bradbury Hompage > raybradburyboard.com > Forums > Favorite Book/ Story

Discussion Topic  "The Trunk Lady" (in Favorite Book/ Story) by The Illustrated Man
Imagine my joy when I stumbled across a Ray Bradbury story I've never read (and I thought I'd read t......
Ray Bradbury Hompage > raybradburyboard.com > Forums > Favorite Book/ Story

Discussion Topic  "The Trunk Lady" (in Favorite Book/ Story) by The Illustrated Man
Imagine my joy when I stumbled across a Ray Bradbury story I've never read (and I thought I'd read t......
Ray Bradbury Hompage > raybradburyboard.com > Forums > Favorite Book/ Story

Discussion Topic  RE: Saddest story/book (in Favorite Book/ Story) by The Illustrated Man
"All Summer in a Day" is one that springs to mind. Also "In Memoriam", "There Will Come Soft Rains",......
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Discussion Topic  RE: What Bradbury Story Got You Started? (in Favorite Book/ Story) by The Illustrated Man
My first Bradbury story was "Mars Is Heaven" (aka "The Third Expedition"). I was 13 years old, and w......
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Discussion Topic  RE: What Bradbury Story Got You Started? (in Favorite Book/ Story) by The Illustrated Man
My first Bradbury story was "Mars Is Heaven" (aka "The Third Expedition"). I was 13 years old, and w......
Ray Bradbury Hompage > raybradburyboard.com > Forums > Favorite Book/ Story

Discussion Topic  RE: So...Where Y'All From? (in Ray's Legacy) by The Illustrated Man
Hi, Braling II! No, I certainly remember J.P.Patches and Gertrude! And, oh God, I even remember Lloy......
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Discussion Topic  RE: So...Where Y'All From? (in Ray's Legacy) by The Illustrated Man
I was born July 21, 1966, in Seattle. Washington, and have lived in the Northwest all of my life. Ho......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Most interesting character. (in Favorite Book/ Story) by The Illustrated Man
I would have to agree with Montag. He evolves from an automaton of the state into a free-thinking ma......
Ray Bradbury Hompage > raybradburyboard.com > Forums > Favorite Book/ Story

Discussion Topic  RE: Favorite Funny Bradbury Stories (in Favorite Book/ Story) by The Illustrated Man
Those stories are great too, Braling II. Poe did black humor very well; he had a talent for getting ......
Ray Bradbury Hompage > raybradburyboard.com > Forums > Favorite Book/ Story

Discussion Topic  RE: Favorite Funny Bradbury Stories (in Favorite Book/ Story) by The Illustrated Man
I don't mean to get slightly off-topic here, but speaking of funny stories, check out Edgar Allan Po......
Ray Bradbury Hompage > raybradburyboard.com > Forums > Favorite Book/ Story

Discussion Topic  RE: Favorite Funny Bradbury Stories (in Favorite Book/ Story) by The Illustrated Man
"The Fruit at the Bottom of the Bowl" is a scream. Another funny one I've found, though I'm not sure......
Ray Bradbury Hompage > raybradburyboard.com > Forums > Favorite Book/ Story

Discussion Topic  RE: Saddest story/book (in Favorite Book/ Story) by The Illustrated Man
"All Summer in a Day" is one that springs to mind. Also "In Memoriam", "There Will Come Soft Rains",......
Ray Bradbury Hompage > raybradburyboard.com > Forums > Favorite Book/ Story

Discussion Topic  RE: Favorite Short Story (in Favorite Book/ Story) by The Illustrated Man
And in terms of novels, Something Wicked This Way Comes is a stunning masterwork. Stephen King lists......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Favorite Short Story (in Favorite Book/ Story) by The Illustrated Man
And in terms of novels, Something Wicked This Way Comes is a stunning masterwork. Stephen King lists......
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