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  • The man who forgot ray bradbury by Neil Gaiman

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    The author of the book: Neil Gaiman


    Book Title: The man who forgot ray bradbury

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    Date of issue: June 7th 2012

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I came across this title on Open Culture when I was looking for something to listen to, and the title pissed me off a little. How could anyone forget someone as unforgettable as Ray Bradbury? So I had to listen to it. Turns out the author, Neil Gaiman, was the narrator, and while talking before he began to read the story he said it had been written as a birthday present to Bradbury. It is a short, but wonderful story. It is about growing old, and losing the words, the memory. In telling this story Gaiman plays with themes from Fahrenheit 451, and does it in a imaginative way. The result is a funny / sad, serious / playful story that I think is very good. Gaiman's narration is also very good.It left me with a question. Why is this the first Neil Gaiman story I've read? Well, I'm not sure, but it will not be the last.

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