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 (brăd′bĕr′ē, -bə-rē), Ray Douglas 1920-2012.
American writer of science fiction mingled with social commentary. His works include The Martian Chronicles (1950) and Fahrenheit 451 (1953).

Bradbury

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1. (Biography) Sir Malcolm (Stanley). 1932–2000, British novelist and critic. His novels include The History Man (1975), Rates of Exchange (1983), Cuts (1988), and Doctor Criminale (1992)
2. (Biography) Ray. 1920–2012, US science-fiction writer. His novels include Fahrenheit 451 (1953), Death is a Lonely Business (1986), and A Graveyard for Lunatics (1990)
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Noun1.Bradbury - United States writer of science fiction (born 1920)
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Lewis and Clarke, Bradbury, Breckenridge, Long, Franchere, and Ross Cox, and make a general acknowledgment of aid received from these quarters.
The overlap between fans of Ray Bradbury and fans of Rod Serling is almost complete.
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Bradbury is gregarious, populist and drawn to the big picture, which results in ambitious proposals that pass over the difficulty of bringing them into being.
Ray Bradbury: An American Icon is crammed with personal anecdotes, interviews with his friends and associates, footage of his home, samples from rehearsals at his plays, Bradbury's lecture circuit, clips from the television series "The Ray Bradbury Theater" and much more.
Author Ray Bradbury will appear in Santa Clarita on Sunday as part of local libraries' participation in a National Endowment for the Arts program designed to encourage reading.
Ian Bradbury, pictured, was killed instantly when he was hit by a red Citro'n Saxo as he tried to cross the westbound carriageway of the A66 just before the Elton interchange at about 11.
We're grassroots, bottom up," said Adrian Bradbury, co-founder of the international nonprofit Athletes for Africa (A4A), and the first person to register online for the organization's sophomore run of its global GuluWalk campaign.
All of these chapters are divided into two parts; the first, subtitled "Bradbury's Texts" and written primarily by Eller, is an extensive account of the textual history of the works under discussion and often includes correspondence to and from Bradbury and his agents and publishers.
Weller's portrait of Ray Bradbury captures the contradictions of the writer who envisioned rocket travel to outer space but never learned to drive a car or operate a computer.