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    Ray Bradbury
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    Minotauro Ediciones Avd (March 1, 1986)
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    240 pages
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Books by Ray Bradbury. Just this side of byzantium: an introduction. This book, like most of my books and stories, was a surprise.

Books by Ray Bradbury. I began to learn the nature of such surprises, thank God, when I was fairly young as a writer. Before that, like every beginner, I thought you could beat, pummel, and thrash an idea into existence.

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Читать онлайн книгу Dandelion Wine (Ray Bradbury): Dandelion Wine takes us into the summer of 1928, and to all the wondrous and magical events in the life of a 12-year-old Midwestern boy named Douglas Spaulding. This tender, openly affectionate story of a young man’s voyage of discovery is certainly more mainstream than exotic. What you have here in this book then is a gathering of dandelions from all those years. It was a quiet morning, the town covered over with darkness and at ease in bed.

Dandelion wine was a story about a twelve-year old boy named, Douglas Spaulding. Dandelion wine took place in a small town called Green Town, Illinois. Douglas was just a typical twelve year old boy, who lived to play, run around and do what any other twelve year old would do. Not a very physically fit person, but it didn’t really seem to matter. In Green Town the Spauldings owned a patch of land that they grew dandelions on. Every summer, Douglas, Tom, and their grandfather would pick the dandelions and bottle it for wine. Summers in Green Town were very hot and winters cold. It was a town where almost everyone knew each other like a big family.

ISBN 10: 8445076043 ISBN 13: 9788445076040. Publisher: Booket, 1901.

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Explore Ray Bradbury's l story about the magical . While it was fun to read Dandelion Wine again after so many years, I must admit that that time hasn’t been so kind to the work.

Explore Ray Bradbury's l story about the magical summer of 1928. While his longing for a simpler and purer past is evident in the stories, he clearly relishes uncovering the dark and warty side of early 20th century middle Americana. Given that it’s more than 50 years old and takes place more than 80 years ago, maybe that’s not so surprising.

In the unusual world of Green Town, Illinois, twelve-year-old Douglas Spaulding discovers a human time-machine, the wonders of reality, and the power of imagination during the summer of 1928

If you were born under a flag with less than 50 stars, then this book will speak to you. While it is set in 1920's Illinois, this book resonates perhaps 50 years into the future, and into the past. Alas, I fear that it may resonate very faintly in these "post-modern" times. Still, if your life is rooted in that Golden-Age of small-town, heartland America, you will recognise these scenes, these characters, these feelings. Bradbury is a writer, a poet actually, of the heart and of feelings. Indeed, before I read him I didn't have the understanding or the patience to read poetry. Afterwards I did. He opened me up to subtle things.
When I see people critisizing his style as rambling or flowery, I can see that they just don't get it. Perhaps it is true that in the latter days children will be born without souls....
By the way, if you ever pass through Green Town, I'll be the one at the end of the drug store counter ordering a dish of lime-vanilla ice
Dandelion Wine is a wonderful, nostalgic trip down memory lane. Bradbury brings back those warm childhood summers when all you had to worry about was being home before dark. It is also a coming of age story. A beautiful narrative that describes those first moments when a young boy realizes that he is not immortal, that someday he will die. Bradbury has created one of the most beautiful works I have ever had the fortune to read. I heartily reccomend it to anyone!