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The Martian Chronicles The Strange And Wonderful Tale Of Man S Experiences On Mars, Filled With Intense Images And Astonishing Visions Now Part Of The Voyager Classics CollectionThe Martian Chronicles Tells The Story Of Humanity S Repeated Attempts To Colonize The Red Planet The First Men Were Few Most Succumbed To A Disease They Called The Great Loneliness When They Saw Their Home Planet Dwindle To The Size Of A Fist They Felt They Had Never Been Born Those Few That Survived Found No Welcome On Mars The Shape Changing Martians Thought They Were Native Lunatics And Duly Locked Them UpBut Rockets Arrived From Earth, And , Piercing The Hallucinations Projected By The Martians People Brought Their Old Prejudices With Them And Their Desires And Fantasies, Tainted Dreams These Were Soon Inhabited By The Strange Native Beings, With Their Caged Flowers And Birds Of FlameContents Rocket SummerYllaThe Summer NightThe Earth MenThe TaxpayerThe Third Expedition And The Moon Be Still As BrightThe SettlersThe Green MorningThe LocustsNight MeetingThe ShoreInterimThe MusiciansWay In The Middle Of The AirThe Naming Of NamesUsher IIThe Old OnesThe MartianThe Luggage StoreThe Off SeasonThe WatchersThe Silent TownsThe Long YearsThere Will Come Soft RainsThe Million Year Picnic

10 thoughts on “The Martian Chronicles

  1. says:

    RIDDLE ME A MARTIAN RIDDLE A Riddle What walks on two legs, uses two arms, talks like a human, acts like a human, kills humans, replaces humans, wants to be accepted and loved by a human Answer A Martian A Riddle What walks on two legs, uses two arms, talks like a human, acts like an animal except that s unfair to animals, kills o

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    We earth men have a talent for ruining big, beautiful things This brilliant collection of science fiction short stories combines elements of humour and tragedy to show us how much man must learn, as such a very dim view of human society is evoked in these pages Before he enters the world of the Martian, he has a lot of developing to do Bradbury s

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    We earth men have a talent for ruining big, beautiful things. The Martian Chronicles, a perfect example of what I d call a quintessential Bradbury fragmentary, at times disjointed, occasionally crossing the line into the realm of surreal, full of his trademark nostalgia and sadness, this account of the failed American Dream approach to the explor

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    Poetic science fiction Being set in the future and involving space travel, Mars and futuristic technology makes this fit into the science fiction genre, but Bradbury is a writer of literature This is beautiful writing and Bradbury is an artist with a mastery of the language Mars could be another dimension, or fairy land, it does not really matter, Bradbury has conco

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    The Martian Chronicles is a book I have heard about for years, but ended up passing it by in lieu of other Ray Bradbury classics do you need to qualify them by saying classic I think that goes without saying I have now finally read it and it is amazing I continue to be impressed with Bradbury s writing style and his style is very well defined I am pretty sure he is so in

  6. says:

    A magnificent experience wherein we discover that the inhabitants of the fourth planet in the Milky Way are identical in the trifles of the everyday as the resident in the 3rd planet Then some collective idea pops out of nowhere a fine symbol of apocalypse and annihilation scares the living shit outta everyone.I know I haven t read much sci fi in the past, but I know that to

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    Sin palabras, una grandiosa antolog a que nos lleva a Marte en un grandioso y hasta ruinoso viaje en cohete con forma de libro Bradbury es uno de mis autores predilectos, y no haber le do este cl sico me atormentaba un poco Por fortuna, tuve el empuje a trav s de mi grupo Lectores de la Cripta para iniciarlo y la emoci n gan por goleada Este libro queda entre mis favoritos La pros

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    There once were a people whose children played in the sunshine, on a magnificent place, they laughed and sang.then the first rocket ship cameThey laughed not as much some even cried now, but always resumed their merriment , still another rocket ship landed soon after, the children became uneasy then the third rocket appeared the children went silent a fourth ship followed and found no

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    Nosotros, los habitantes de la Tierra, tenemos un talento especial para arruinar las cosas grandes y hermosas Corr a el a o 1947 y un joven de 27 a os llamado Ray Bradbury ten a en su cabeza una mezcla efervescente de ideas, que fue acumulando en cuentos, bocetos de novelas y muchas cosas m s pero a n no era no era conocido en el ambiente literario Hab a escrito varios cuentos que

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    Ray Bradbury has suddenly secured his spot at the top of my list of favorite authors He s the LeBron of writing The G.O.A.T.And Scott Brick has suddenly secured his spot at the top of my list of favorite audiobook narrators He is the Tom Brady of narrating Also, G.O.A.T So what happens when you mix the two together Something magical There isn t even a word or an amazingly alliterative animalisti

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