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The Re-Reading Project: Fahrenheit 451

It was a pleasure to burn.

It was a special pleasure to see things eaten, to see things blackened and changed. With the brass nozzle in his fists, with this great python spitting its venomous kerosene upon the world, the blood pounded in his head, and his hands were the hands of some amazing conductor playing all the symphonies of blazing and burning to bring down the tatters and charcoal ruins of history.

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Is It Plausible to View All Artworks as Physical Objects?

In the course of this paper, I will try to present my opinions about the physical being of artworks by using examples from the movies and exhibitions. 1,401 more words



My latest Processing project!
I’m really excited to show everyone because I feel like I have made the presentation of it a lot better than my last video. 398 more words


The Greatest Ray Bradbury Adaptations

This week marked the birthday of visionary science fiction icon Ray Bradbury. He was dubbed the “Poet of the Pulps” in 1953 for his lyrical style, which lent creditability to a genre that often struggled for legitimacy. 1,008 more words

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Since school started on Tuesday for me, I thought I’d show what books I need to read throughout the year for my English class. English is probably my favorite class so far, and I love my teacher, so hopefully I’ll have fun with them! 142 more words

Happy Birthday, Ray Bradbury

We Illinoisans derive some pride in knowing Ray Bradbury’s classic tales were influenced and informed by his environs growing up in Waukegan, Illinois. One of the first books that lit my fire for wanting to write fiction was Bradbury’s… 277 more words

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Ray Bradbury Is the Coolest

by Sara Lewis

Rejoice, book geeks! It’s the birthday of one of my favorite authors, Ray Bradbury!

It’s a shame, I know, but I never really paid attention to Bradbury until I began seeing his obituary on the internet. 294 more words