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Ray Bradbury: The World’s Only Accidental Architect

We’re big Bradbury fans. We aren’t the only ones—his stories “All Summer in a Day” (Junior Great Books, Series 5, Book One) and “The Veldt” (Great Books Roundtable Level 1) are student favorites. Bradbury wrote over 600 short stories and 27 novels, but many people don’t know about his love of architecture and his influence on public space. His final essay about his creations in the field of architecture was published for the first time in the Paris Review. It’s a fantastic read for all Bradbury fans. Enjoy!

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