Bradbury, Ray – The Illustrated Man

Bradbury, Ray - The Illustrated ManGenre: Science Fiction
Publisher: Bantam
Number: 991
Publication Date: 1951
Edition: 1st Edition
Cover Artist: Unknown



There are the vast reaches of outer space – the infinite black nothingness that holds the galaxies, where men in rockets move from the green hills of earth to the rain-glutted forests of Venus to the canals of Mars and still farther… even farther…

And there is inner space – the bottomless well of fears, longing, hope and the complex emotions of the frail human creatures who challenge the universe-those who in turn must face the peril not only of that vastness but also of their own sometimes terrible inventions…

Only one writer today travels with equal ease through both. His name is Ray Bradbury. And these tales show vividly why he has been acclaimed the greatest science-fiction writer of our time.

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