The Illustrated Man by Ray Bradbury
Let’s get this straight from the start: you don’t read Bradbury to learn about future of science and technology. These aspects of his books are perfunctory and as true-to-life as the Cheshire Cat's smile. In Bradbury's tale “Zero Hour” from The Illustrated Man, first published in 1947, the reader encounters homes with vacuum elevators, food- delivery tu…
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