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Erh-ma-gerhd, it’s April (Pinch, punch, first of the month, no returns of any kind!/Happy April Fools Day!). How the heck did that happen? I’m on Easter holiday at the moment, but before long I’ll be back at school, in the summer term (!) and having down about half of my GCSE course. 868 more words
The Illustrated Man was my previous experience of Ray Bradbury: beautiful and disturbing post-war sci-fi stories, set in our present.
Fahrenheit 451 is clearly, from the author’s various prefaces and the publisher’s blurb, a much more famous work, probably because of its theme of book-burning: it’s the lesser-known companion to… 119 more words
Since I’m still unable to properly concentrate on thinking and writing about what I’ve read these past two months (not much, really) I feel the urge to at least note down some of the thoughts I would be interested to explore further when the time and circumstances find it kind to permit: 270 more words