I Sing the Body Electric
In these eighteen stories, Bradbury conducts
the reader on a tour through time and space--into the unbounded dimensions of the future,
and through remapped patterns of the past--as he intermingles the bizarre with the familiar
and brings tomorrow and yesterday closer to today.
In Bradbury's world, mechanical grandmothers, fourth-dimensional babies, and humanoid national heroes co-exist with the Irish
Republican Army, Texas chicken farmers, and "the only A-l first-class taxidermist on the Coast."And just as diverse is Bradbury's range
of voices and styles. Here are stories of suspense, humor, life--as well as of fable, science fiction (the extraordinary novella, "The Lost
City of Mars"), and the beautiful cantata for words, "Christus Apollo."
All in all, a virtuoso performance from the Master.
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- 528 Pages
- HarperCollins Publishers
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- Copyrighted By:
- Ray Bradbury
- Adult content:
Science Fiction and Fantasy,
Literature and Fiction
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