Sentencing Ray

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20 July 2004, 12:47 AM
Sentencing Ray
Ray's poetic style is on display again in The Cat's Pajamas. Here are a few sentences, which could also be read as Japanese haiku:

Snow fell in silent whirls and cornucopias, heaped itself in lavish quietness upon the lawn. She was now alone. --The Island

The train roared into the station below, with a clangor and a belling and a great burning sound.
--We'll Just Act Natural

We children woke and bent out our windows to let the wind flutter our dandelion hair, listening.
--The Ghosts

What's your favorite sentence by Bradbury?