The boy who learned to live forever

Ray Bradbury, in a mature photo.
Ray Bradbury, in a mature photo. / afp

In novels, short stories, scripts and essays, Bradbury paints poetic dystopias “not predictions but warnings” about the dangers of the future

Humans invade Mars. Firefighters burn books. The houses murder their owners. Censorship, technological dominance, cultural annihilation, racism, love, childhood, lost dreams. They all live in the novels, stories, scripts, essays and poems of the overwhelming and overwhelming Ray Bradbury (1920-2012), who today would have fulfilled

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