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Summer morning, summer night

Author: Ray Bradbury; Donn Albright; Jonathan R Eller
Publisher: Burton, MI : Far Territories, 2010, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"As intoxicating as Bradbury's legendary Dandelion Wine, the 27 new and old stories in this potent collection resonate with timeless power. All set in Green Town, Ill., the vintage highlights include "Miss Bidwell," a sweet romance about a spinster and the delayed homecoming of her first love; the brilliant "The Screaming Woman," featuring the wide-eyed first person narration of a frantic 10-year-old who discovers a  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Short stories
Fantasy fiction
Science fiction
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ray Bradbury; Donn Albright; Jonathan R Eller
ISBN: 9781596063068 1596063068
OCLC Number: 696814900
Description: 176 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: End of summer (1948) --
The great fire (1949) --
All on a summer's night (1950) --
Miss Bidwell (1950) --
The pumpernickel (1951) --
The screaming woman (1951) --
These things happen (1951) --
At midnight, in the month of June (1954) --
A walk in summer (1979) --
Autumn afternoon (2002) --
Arrival and departure --
The beautiful lady --
Love potion --
Night meeting --
The death of so-and-so --
I got something you ain't got! --
The waders --
The dog --
The river that went to sea --
Over, over, over, over, over, over, over, over! --
The projector --
The people with seven arms --
A serious discussion (or Evil in the world) --
The fireflies --
The circus --
The cemetery (or The tombyard) --
Summerr's end.
Responsibility: Ray Bradbury ; edited by Donn Albright and Jon Eller.

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"As intoxicating as Bradbury's legendary Dandelion Wine, the 27 new and old stories in this potent collection resonate with timeless power. All set in Green Town, Ill., the vintage highlights include "Miss Bidwell," a sweet romance about a spinster and the delayed homecoming of her first love; the brilliant "The Screaming Woman," featuring the wide-eyed first person narration of a frantic 10-year-old who discovers a woman's premature burial; and "At Midnight, in the Month of June," in which a killer plays a demented game of hide and seek. Contemporary one-page shorts such as "The River that Went to the Sea" and "The Projector" round out a lyrical feast with the savor of "apricots and fresh apples and as water tastes when you rise at night and walk into a dark warm summer kitchen and drink from a cool tin cup.""--Publishers weekly, starred review.

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