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I was very disappointed when the recently announced Library of America reissues did not include Golden Apples in full.


I borrowed an audiobook of Martian Chronicles a few years ago, and noticed they'd swapped out a story or two. I didn't mind hearing a new story I hadn't heard before, but it just kept reminding me of Ray's "go rent your own damn typewriter" afterword to F451.
 
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Although there is now a complete Martian Chronicles, there has never been a definitive Martian Chronicles. The British variant is called The Silver Locusts.
 
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