Ray Bradbury at Ninety: An Appreciation
His name may be synonymous with futuristic technologies, but Ray Bradbury never learned to drive a car—the Jaguar in the garage notwithstanding. He complains that there are too many cellphones, too many machines. He may have anticipated the Internet with a virtual reality machine envisioned in his 1957 novel Dandelion Wine, but could hardly be more scor…
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