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The Golden Apples of the Sun Set The Controls For The Heart Of The SunThe Captain Bent In The Warm Air, Cursing, Felt His Hands Run Over The Cold Machine, And While He Worked He Saw A Future Which Was Removed From Them By The Merest Breath He Saw The Skin Peel From The Rocket Beehive, Men Thus Revealed Running, Running, Mouths Shrieking, Soundless Space Was A Black Mossed Well Where Life Drowned Its Roars And Terrors Scream A Big Scream, But Space Snuffed It Out Before It Was Half Up Your Throat Men Scurried, Ants In A Flaming Matchbox The Ship Was Dripping Lava, Gushing Steam, Nothing Journey With The Century S Most Popular Fantasy Writer Into A World Of Wonder And Horror Beyond Your Wildest DreamsContents The Fog HornThe PedestrianThe April WitchThe WildernessThe Fruit At The Bottom Of The BowlInvisible BoyThe Flying MachineThe MurdererThe Golden Kite, The Silver WindI See You NeverEmbroideryThe Big Black And White GameA Sound Of ThunderThe Great Wide World Over TherePowerhouseEn La NocheSun And ShadowThe MeadowThe Garbage CollectorThe Great FireHail And FarewellThe Golden Apples Of The Sun

About the Author: Ray Bradbury

Ray Douglas Bradbury, American novelist, short story writer, essayist, playwright, screenwriter and poet, was born August 22, 1920 in Waukegan, Illinois He graduated from a Los Angeles high school in 1938 Although his formal education ended there, he became a student of life, selling newspapers on L.A street corners from 1938 to 1942, spending his nights in the public library and his days at

10 thoughts on “The Golden Apples of the Sun

  1. says:

    Goodbye Ray Bradbury He was the first author I loved, he was a natural for me with his heart on his sleeve and his absolute belief in the power of words and the religion of wonder His brilliant restless short stories set off puffballs of astonishment in my brain, I slept on Mars and woke up in Green Town, I

  2. says:

    Golden Apples of the Sun by Ray Bradbury is a collection of short stories first published in 1953 with 22 short stories Published again in 1997, this later edition contains the original stories as well as 10 previously released stories by the Grand Master These stories serve as a representative sample of Bradbury

  3. says:

    How does one review a book of tiny short stories Do I describe the stories individually Or do I just mention a couple favorites, like the one about the last dinosaur and the lighthouse, or the pedestrian, or The Sound of Thunder, the time travel story that everyone knows even if they don t know the name of I m one of the

  4. says:

    Loved it Bradbury got the title from last line of this poem THE SONG OF WANDERING AENGUSby W.B Yeats WENT out to the hazel wood,Because a fire was in my head,And cut and peeled a hazel wand,And hooked a berry to a thread And when white moths were on the wing,And moth like stars were flickering out,I dropped the berry in a strea

  5. says:

    Bradbury on the sea One day many years ago a man walked along and stood in the sound of the ocean on a cold sunless shore and said We need a voice to call across the water, to warn ships I ll make one I ll make a voice that is like an empty bed beside you all night long, and like an empty house when you open the door, and like the tre

  6. says:

    I love Bradbury, but this one was too depressing for me Also, MC was kinda dumb Her nephew can t visit again and TEACH her to do what she wanted to learn There was no teacher where she lived, no one in her area knew how to do those two things I m calling shenanigans on this one.Listened to Levar Burton reading this on his podcast That helped

  7. says:

    The Golden Apples of the Sun is a collection of Ray Bradbury s short stories, first published in hardback and then republished for mass consumption in a lovely series of paperbacks distributed by Bantam Books in the early 1970s There were a number of these collections floating around, and I have many, many fond memories of these Bantam editions For

  8. says:

    A so so collection from one of my favorite masters of the short form Some excellent stories here, some I skimmed Worth a look for Bradbury fans.

  9. says:

    Not all of the stories in this collection of Bradbury s short fiction are great, or even that memorable, but one or two of them will stick with me I particularly enjoyed Embroidery , which was well structured and had a lovely final paragraph Perfect, even, almost.Even if a few of them didn t really get to me, it s worth noting that I received it in the mail just

  10. says:

    So very weird, beautiful, unmatched, magical use of words, sentences, almost a prose poetry A slow read for me, because I had to process each story or wade through the themes Time, age, technology, natural resources, space, family, and so much I got bogged down a bit in his school boy fascination with the space race and rockets which came through strongly in many of t

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