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List of Bradbury Criticism
Amis, Kingsley. New Maps of Hell. New York: Harcourt, 1960.

Bluestone, George. �Three Seasons with Fahrenheit 451.� Sacred Heart University Review 6.1-2 (1985-86): 3-19.

Boucher, Anthony, ed. �Ray Bradbury.� Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction Feb. 1956: 90-95.

Burleson, Donald R. �Connings: Bradbury/Oates.� Studies in Weird Fiction 11 (1992): 24-9.

Davenport, Charles. �The Magic World of Ray Bradbury.� Los Angeles Magazine March 1962: 44.

Dimeo, Steven. �Man and Apollo: Religion in Bradbury�s Science Fantasies.� Greenberg 156-64.

Diskin, Lahna. �Bradbury on Children.� Greenberg 127-155.

Eller, Jonathan. �The Body Electric: Sources of Ray Bradbury�s Martian Chronicles.� University of Mississippi Studies in English 11 (1995): 376-410.

Forrester, Kent. �The Dangers of Being Earnest: Ray Bradbury and The Martian Chronicles.� The Journal of General Education 28 (1976): 50-4.

Gallagher, Edward J. �The Thematic Structure of The Martian Chronicles.� Greenberg 55-82.

Greenberg, Martin Harry, and Joseph D. Olander, eds. Ray Bradbury. New York: Taplinger, 1980.

Hillegas, Mark R. The Future as Nightmare: H. G. Wells and the Anti-Utopians. New York: Oxford UP, 1967.

Hoskinson, Kevin. �The Martian Chronicles and Fahrenheit 451: Ray Bradbury�s Cold War Novels.� Extrapolation 36.4 (1995): 345-59.

Isherwood, Christopher. Rev. of The Martian Chronicles, by Ray Bradbury. Tomorrow October. 1950: 56-58.

Johnson, Wayne L. Ray Bradbury. New York: Frederick, 1980.

Kagle, Steven E. �Homage to Melville: Ray Bradbury and the Nineteenth-Century American Romance.� The Celebration of the Fantastic. Ed. Donald E. Morse. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood, 1992. 279-90.

King, Stephen. Danse Macabre. New York: Berkley, 1982.

Knight, Damon. In Search of Wonder. Chicago: Advent, 1967.

Kuttner, Henry. �Ray Bradbury�s Themes.� Ray Bradbury Review. San Diego: n.p., 1952.*

Linkfield, Thomas P. �The Fiction of Ray Bradbury: Universal Themes in Midwestern Settings.� Midwestern Miscellany 8 (1980): 94-101.

Logsdon, Loren. �Ray Bradbury�s �The Kilimanjaro Device�: The Need to Correct the Errors of Time.� Midwestern Miscellany 20 (1992): 28-39.

McGiveron, Rafeeq O. �Bradbury�s Fahrenheit 451.� Explicator 54.3 (1996): 177-80.

---. ��Do You Know the Legend of Hercules and Antaeus?� The Wilderness in Ray Bradbury�s Fahrenheit 451.� Extrapolation 38.2 (1997): 102-08.

---. �What �Carried the Trick�? Mass Exploitation and the Decline of Thought in Ray Bradbury�s Fahrenheit 451.� Extrapolation 37.3 (1996): 245-56.

McNelly, Willis E., and James Stupple. �Two Views.� Greenberg 17-32.

Mengeling, Marvin E. �Ray Bradbury�s Dandelion Wine: Themes, Sources, and Style.� English Journal 60 (1971): 877-87.

---. �The Machineries of Joy and Despair: Bradbury�s Attitudes toward Science and Technology.� Greenberg 83-109.

Miller, Calvin. �Ray Bradbury: Hope in a Doubtful Age.� Reality and the Vision. Ed. Philip Yancey. Dallas: World, 1990. 92-101.

Mogen, David. Ray Bradbury. Boston: Twayne, 1986.

Moskowitz, Sam. Seekers of Tomorrow. New York: Ballantine, 1967.

Nolan, William F. The Ray Bradbury Companion. Detroit: Gale Research, 1975.

---. The Ray Bradbury Review. Sand Diego: n.p., 1952.*

Oliver, Chad. �Ray Bradbury: The Martian Chronicler.� The Ray Bradbury Review. Sand Diego: n.p., 1952.*

Patrouch, Joe. �Symbolic Settings in Science Fiction: H. G. Wells, Ray Bradbury, and Harlan Ellison. Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts 1.3 (1988): 37-45.

Pell, Sarah-Warner J. �Style is the Man: Imagery in Bradbury�s Fiction.� Greenberg 186-94.

Pierce, Hazel. �Ray Bradbury and the Gothic Tradition.� Greenberg 165-85.

Rabkin, Eric S. �To Fairyland by Rocket: Bradbury�s The Martian Chronicles.� Greenberg 110-26.

Reynolds, Wade E. �Fahrenheit 451: Three Reasons Why It�s Worth Teaching.� Virginia English Bulletin 36.2 (1986): 117-21.

R�nnov-Jessen, Peter. �World Classics and Nursery Rhymes: Emblems of Resistance in Ray Bradbury�s Fahrenheit 451 and George Orwell�s 1984.� George Orwell and 1984: Six Essays. Aarhus, Denmark: Aarhus UP, 1984. 59-72.

Rosenman, John B. �The Heaven and Hell Archetype in Faulkner�s �That Evening Sun� and Bradbury�s Dandelion Wine.� South Atlantic Bulletin 43.2 (1978): 12-6.

Samuelson, David N. �Limbo: The Great American Dystopia.� Extrapolation 19 (1977): 77-8.

Savoy, Maggie. �Ray Bradbury: Keeping an Eye on Cloud IX.� Los Angeles Times. 15 March, 1970: E18.

Slusser, George Edgar. The Bradbury Chronicles. San Bernardino, CA: Borgo, 1977.

Spencer, Susan. �The Post-Apocalyptic Library: Oral and Literate Culture in Fahrenheit 451 and a Canticle for Leibowitz.� Extrapolation 32.4 (1991): 331-42.

Stockwell, Peter. �Language, Knowledge, and the Stylistics of Science Fiction.� Subjectivity and Literature from the Romantics to the Present Day. Ed. Philip Shaw. London: Pinter, 1991. 101-12.

Sullivan, Anita T. �Ray Bradbury and Fantasy.� English Journal 61 (1992): 1309-14.

Teicher, Morton. �Ray Bradbury and Thomas Wolfe: Fantasy and the Fantastic.� The Thomas Wolfe Review 12.2 (1988): 17-9.

Toupance, William F. �Laughter and Freedom in Ray Bradbury�s Something Wicked This Way
Comes.� Children�s Literature Association Quarterly 13.1 (1988): 17-21.

Watt, Donald J. Burning Bright: Fahrenheit 451 as Symbolic Dystopia.� Greenberg 195-213.

---. �Hearth or Salamander: Uses of Fire in Bradbury�s Fahrenheit 451.� Notes on Contemporary Literature 1.2 (1971): 13-4.

Wolfe, Gary K. �The Frontier Myth in Ray Bradbury.� Greenberg 33-54.

Wood, Diane S. �Bradbury and Atwood: Exile as Rational Decision.� The Literature of Emigration and Exile. Lubbock, TX: Texas Tech UP, 1992. 131-42.

Wood, Edward. �The Case Against Ray Bradbury.� Journal of Science Fiction 1.1 (1951): 8-12.

* Nolan explains that The Ray Bradbury Review was a privately published fanzine, therefore it has no listed publisher.
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