1 online resource (xxxiv, 238 pages)
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 217-222) and index.
On Ray Bradbury and his works / Rafeeq O. McGiveron -- Ray Douglas Bradbury / Karen Garvin. -- Big brother, little sister : Ray Bradbury, social pressure, and the challenges to free speech / Karen Garvin -- From Dark Carnival to "carnivalization" : the critical reception of Ray Bradbury's works / W.C. Bamberger -- Housewives and witches : finding feminism in Ray Bradbury's fiction / Andrea Krafft -- From "Halloween was outlawed and Christmas was banned!" to "You can stay happy all the time" : shifting impetuses for book burning from "The exiles" and "Usher II" to Fahrenheit 451 / Rafeeq O. McGovern. -- Reading Ray Bradbury's literary libraries / William F. Touponce -- Faith and religion in the novels of Ray Bradbury / Timothy E. Kelley -- A golem in the family : robotic technologies and artificial intelligence in Ray Bradbury's short stories / Guido Laino -- Nuclear myths in Ray Bradbury's short stories / Anna McHugh -- The magician's toyshop : watching The Ray Bradbury Theater / Phil Nichols -- Writing a life : the stylistics of Ray Bradbury's autobiographical novels / Robin Anne Reid -- Books as metaphors in The Martian Chronicles and Fahrenheit 451 / Ádám T. Bogár -- Space and translocality : revisiting Ray Bradbury's Mars / Imola Bülgözdi -- Down to Earth : mundane concerns and marginalized individuals in Ray Bradbury's rocket stories / Andrea Krafft.
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Explores the work of a towering figure in American Science Fiction. Essays topics include: Utopian/dystopian robotic technologies, Translocality in The Martian Chronicles, Faith and Reason in Fahrenheit 451.
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Ray Bradbury (Online)
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