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The Sound of Fire

by G. Murphy Donovan (January 2015)



“I don’t describe the future. I try to prevent it.” – RB

Ray Bradbury (1920-2012) is best known for science fiction or fantasy. His strong suit was actually irony, the kind of satire that isn’t as funny as it is menacing. Fahrenheit 451, arguably his most popular novel, was about literature, censorship, and oppressive politics - a government that burns books.  more>>>