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The October Country

The October Country Read ☆ 2 Review Ô PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ï Ray Bradbury Ray Bradbury Ï 2 Characters G wherein the author tells of his Theater of Morning Voices and by inference encourages you to listen to the same murmurings in yourself And has any writer anywhere ever made such good use of exclamation mark. October Countrythat country where it is always turning late in the year That country where the hills are fog and the rivers are mist where noons go uickly dusks and twilights linger and midnights stay That country composed in the main of cellars sub cellars coal bins closets attics and pantries faced away from the sun That country whose people are autumn people thinking only autumn thoughts Whose people passing at night on the empty walks sound like rain Fall is probably my favorite of all seasons and every year I walk on the streets through avenues and parks There is a smell of burning leaves hanging around lazily and the skies are still bright sharp and clear but the sun is less warm You can feel the wind getting colder and taste the air now sharper and fresher Nights are chilling with big yellow moons Leaves change their colors and are now a mixture of yellow green red and orange They start dropping from the trees one by one at first but steadily gusts of wind grasp them by the handfuls and leave bare branches behind Although the process is inherently sad in nature as it forecasts the upcoming winter with its ice and snow there is an element of beauty in fall leaves on the ground especially in the afternoon sunlight It casts a special shine which is not there in other seasons and yellowing leaves make the streets look as if they were paved with goldMy copy of The October Country has a new introduction by Ray Bradbury written in 1999 where he claims to remembering being born and the development of his passion for stories and storytelling He wrote his first story in the seventh grade and since the age of twelve knew that was the way to ensure proper immortality being remembered after our limited time on earth runs out Bradbury saw the process of writing as a match between life and death each completed story a victory Days when he didn t write were threatening him extinction and this is why he wrote every day since he turned twelve evading death He died last year at the age of 91 having published his last novel Farewell Summer six years before along with hundreds of short stories Death has finally caught with Ray but not before he had his say he went out on his own terms and achieved the exact type of immortality that he hoped for The October Country contains nineteen very different stories most of which were previously published in Bradbury s debut colection Dark Carnival These are some of Bradbury s earliest stories published before The Martian Chronicles and Fahrenheit 451 There is a special pleasure in reading these stories allowing Ray Bradbury s gentle storytelling lull us in and expose us to his imagination I can see young Kings and Mathesons of this world reading his fiction deep into the night possibly even with a flashlight under the bedcovers amazed that a grownup could think such things onto paper Bradbury was a man who could both turn a phrase and had a great big heart his warmth emanates from his writing which is far removed from the vulgarity of contemporary world Bradbury was often accused of being too sentimental and too emotional but I don t think this is completely correct while it s true that his stories offer a bucolic vision of the American heartland and the nostalgia of small town life but didn t shy away from showing the nastiness running behind the curtain of these idealistic visionsThis is perhaps best illustrated in the opening story The Dwarf which is an achingly sad story of loneliness and cruelty What makes it sad is that not only the cruelty is pointless as it always is but that it s inflicted on someone who is in no capability to defend himself and by someone who makes an extra effort to make sure that it hits where it hurts the most There s no need for supernatural elements here ordinary life is enough as events like these happen every day everywhere The Lake is another touching and sad story but in another way it s about a man who revisits his childhood home and is flooded with memories of a lost friend It s almost a ghost story but not uite the ghosts are the memories which flood the main character to the point where he almost re enters the past and feels disconnected from and disappointed with the present realityThere are great stories with a touch of horror here too The Skeleton and The Small Assassin both have great imaginative premises and work very well The first one features a man convinced that his skeleton is out to kill him and tries to fight it it concludes with a great memorable last line true to style of classic short fiction The Small Assassin is Bradbury s experiment with psychological horror a woman becomes convinced that her newborn baby is conspiring to kill her While this might seem to be just an example of postnatal stress and depression the arguments she uses sound at least a bit true is there anything in the world selfish than a baby with its unending demand for constant care and attention Do some mothers and fathers do not have the feeling that sometimes their baby is acting the way it does just to spite and annoy them This is a great horror story without vampires or boogeymen but with cribs nappies and milk bottles The last line again is a killer literallyThere are horrific stories here The Next in Line features a couple exploring a cemetery in a small Mexican town which holds a truly capitalistic policy towards the buried and their families The Crowd is another great story which truly emphasizes Bradbury s great strength exploring simple ideas and writing classic tales based on them Its narrator finds it odd that crowds of spectators always gather around the scene of an accident and finds people who would stare at someone s tragedy reprehensible the truth is stranger than any of us could suspect Same goes for The wind where a man is obsessed with wind he s an adventurer who thinks that wind has always been out there to get him and even though he always managed to escape he s convinced that this time his luck has finally ran out There was an Old Woman is different in the way that it takes a scary situation and makes it amusing it s concerned with an old cantankerous woman who just refuses to die It s good and full of fun humorThere s a great mixture of Bradbury s recollection of his youth mixed with his interest in weirdness in Uncle Einar and Homecoming both of which share characters Uncle Einar was inspired by Bradbury s favorite uncle and you can see his love in this weird tale of a man with wings who longs to return to the skies but has to live among people who don t have them The resolution is heartwarming and memorable Homecoming is the exact reverse of Uncle Einar Timothy its young narrator is a mortal child living among supernatural beings Left on their doorstep as an infant he longs to be like them but at the same time understands that this will never be possible Unlike Uncle Einar Homecoming is a sad story of a boy who wishes to belong but will always be an outsider even with the complete support of his adoptive familyMy favorite story from the entire collection is probably The Scythe which is a great imaginative story in the nature of the folk tales that I read as a young boy Set in what looks like the Depression a poor family notices an empty house at the end of a road and upon entering discovers the body of a previous inhabitant and his will beueathing both the house and farm behind it to the person reading it The family is overjoyed at first and after a few days of rest the father cannot sit still any and goes to cut wheat in the field only to discover strange things about it and the way it grows It s a great story in the classic tradition of moral tales that there will always be a price to pay for what seems to be too good to be true and that we should be wary of things which seem to be just incredible luck The Wonderful Death of Dudley Stone is a great coda Dudley Stone is an extraordinarily successful writer who has uit the profession at the age of 30 without explanation leaving people without any certainty if he was even alive or dead 25 years later a group of his most devoted fans cannot bear not knowing and one of them decides to go to Stone s hometown and find information about him It s a great story to end the collection a meditation on the choices we make in life and the things we set as priorities with a beautiful last lineI could very well discuss all the stories but I believe that the reader deserves the pleasure to discover the October Country on their own especially with illustrations by Joe Mugnaini So come along and open the book to visit that country the country dusks and twilights linger and midnights stay whose people are autumn people thinking autumn thoughts and who on the empty walks at night sound like rain இந்த குளத்தில் கல் எறிந்தவர்கள் by inference encourages you to listen to the same murmurings in yourself And has any writer anywhere ever made such good use of exclamation mark. October Countrythat country where it is always turning late in the year That country where the hills are fog and the rivers are mist where noons go uickly dusks and twilights linger and midnights stay That country composed in the main of cellars sub cellars coal The Death of Long Steam Lady bins closets attics and pantries faced away from the sun That country whose people are autumn people thinking only autumn thoughts Whose people passing at night on the empty walks sound like rain Fall is probably my favorite of all seasons and every year I walk on the streets through avenues and parks There is a smell of Singing Lessons wCD bright sharp and clear Sweet Enough to Eat but the sun is less warm You can feel the wind getting colder and taste the air now sharper and fresher Nights are chilling with The Interspecies Sex Bundle The Interspecies Sex Series #1 3 big yellow moons Leaves change their colors and are now a mixture of yellow green red and orange They start dropping from the trees 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some of Bradbury s earliest stories published Easy Home Repair before The Martian Chronicles and Fahrenheit 451 There is a special pleasure in reading these stories allowing Ray Bradbury s gentle storytelling lull us in and expose us to his imagination I can see young Kings and Mathesons of this world reading his fiction deep into the night possibly even with a flashlight under the Katz und Maus bedcovers amazed that a grownup could think such things onto paper Bradbury was a man who could A Way Youll Never Be both turn a phrase and had a great Say Yes big heart his warmth emanates from his writing which is far removed from the vulgarity of contemporary world Bradbury was often accused of A Right To Roam being too sentimental and too emotional Say Yes but I don t think this is completely correct while it s true that his stories offer a Mama's Last Hug Animal Emotions and What They Tell Us about Ourselves bucolic vision of the American heartland and the nostalgia of small town life Code 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The October Country Read ☆ 2 Review Ô PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ï Ray Bradbury Ray Bradbury Ï 2 Characters Nostalgia are also on display in the celebratory Uncle Einar and haunting The Lake the latter a fine elegy to childhood loss This edition features a new introduction by Bradbury an invaluable essay on writin. I am uite useless at reviewing an anthologies so please bear with me How do you go about reviewing these things any way Story by story Sounds like a chore I ll just muddle through as usual then The October Country is a collection of Ray Bradbury s macabre stories I hesitate to label them as horror stories because they are not particularly horrifying but they are mostly odd and unsettling almost new weird but disualified on the new part The iIllustrations by Joe Mugnaini a few are shown below add a surreal atmosphere to the stories I will just run through them uicklyDwarf A little strange ends before it should for me no clear denouement but a good little morality tale The Next in Line I like the gradation of depths for burial based on the wealth of the family There is a very creepy psychologically unsettling scene in the catacombs I find the story goes on too long yet the ending is a little too abrupt too WTF if you will I do love the lyricism and poetic rhythm of his writing thoughThe Watchful Poker Chip of H Matisse A humorous observation about the pretentious avant garde Nice oneSkeleton That is gross man LOL A darkly humorous story OK this one is a bit horrifying I love it The Jar I like how the entire story revolves around the mysterious content of the jar the twist at the end is coolThe Lake The first overtly supernatural tale in this book a sentimental and sad little ghost storyThe Emissary Unexpected twist in this one to say any would spoil it Great storyTouched With Fire The story of a couple of retired insurance salesmen and a perpetually angry woman who is a sort of Angry Bird in human formThe Small Assassin My favorite story in this book give me the collywobbles I m not saying anything about the plotThe Crowd The crowd that materialize in accident scenes are indeed reprehensible Good storyJack in the Box A weird scifi ish story Have you seen M Night Shyamalan 2004 movie The Village This story is a bit like that well no that movie is a bit like this which predates itThe Scythe Don t fear the Reaper or don t fear the reaping This story left a singularly eerie image in my mind after reading Uncle Einar A pleasant lighthearted story Not creepy at allThe Wind Supernatural creepy and sadThe Man Upstairs an excellent vampire tale with triangles chains and pyramids geniusThere Was an Old Woman Annoying bloody woman good for a giggleThe Cistern A weird watery tale which is almost a ghost storyHomecoming They re creepy and they re kooky Mysterious and spooky actually may be like The MunsterThe Wonderful Death of Dudley Stone Strange mainstream ish story It is actually uite wonderful a great way to end the bookTL DR My favorite stories are Skeleton The Small Assassin and The Wonderful Death of Dudley StoneProbably not Bradbury s best collection but Bradbury is always well worth reading The best Ray Bradbury anthology is IMO The Illustrated Man The Martian Chronicles is great but it is of a fix up novelAs I write it is almost Halloween the best time to read this collection Live and Let Fly by Bradbury an invaluable essay on writin. I am uite useless at reviewing an anthologies so please Live and Let Fly bear with me How do you go about reviewing these things any way Story Así funciona su ordenador por dentro by story Sounds like a chore I ll just muddle through as usual then The October Country is a collection of Ray Bradbury s macabre stories I hesitate to label them as horror stories Men of Blood Murder in Everyday Life but disualified on the new part The iIllustrations Forbidden Vow Forbidden #3 below add a surreal atmosphere to the stories I will just run through them uicklyDwarf A little strange ends Nascent The Stork Tower #1 before it should for me no clear denouement Ninja Gaiden Worlds of Power but a good little morality tale The Next in Line I like the gradation of depths for Christmas in Harmony Harbor Harmony Harbor #9 burial ColorsColores based on the wealth of the family There is a very creepy psychologically unsettling scene in the catacombs I find the story goes on too long yet the ending is a little too abrupt too WTF if you will I do love the lyricism and poetic rhythm of his writing thoughThe Watchful Poker Chip of H Matisse A humorous observation about the pretentious avant garde Nice oneSkeleton That is gross man LOL A darkly humorous story OK this one is a The Butterfly Groove bit horrifying I love it The Jar I like how the entire story revolves around the mysterious content of the jar the twist at the end is coolThe Lake The first overtly supernatural tale in this The Book Thief book a sentimental and sad little ghost storyThe Emissary Unexpected twist in this one to say any would spoil it Great storyTouched With Fire The story of a couple of retired insurance salesmen and a perpetually angry woman who is a sort of Angry Bird in human formThe Small Assassin My favorite story in this The Year Mrs Cooper Got Out More Great Wharf Series Book 1 book give me the collywobbles I m not saying anything about the plotThe Crowd The crowd that materialize in accident scenes are indeed reprehensible Good storyJack in the Box A weird scifi ish story Have you seen M Night Shyamalan 2004 movie The Village This story is a The Tomb of Napoleon The Hôtel des Invalides bit like that well no that movie is a The Witch in the Cherry Tree bit like this which predates itThe Scythe Don t fear the Reaper or don t fear the reaping This story left a singularly eerie image in my mind after reading Uncle Einar A pleasant lighthearted story Not creepy at allThe Wind Supernatural creepy and sadThe Man Upstairs an excellent vampire tale with triangles chains and pyramids geniusThere Was an Old Woman Annoying Dachshund Through the Snow bloody woman good for a giggleThe Cistern A weird watery tale which is almost a ghost storyHomecoming They re creepy and they re kooky Mysterious and spooky actually may Fables intégrale - Tome 2 (VERTIGO ESSENTIELS) be like The MunsterThe Wonderful Death of Dudley Stone Strange mainstream ish story It is actually uite wonderful a great way to end the Gideon's Sword bookTL DR My favorite stories are Skeleton The Small Assassin and The Wonderful Death of Dudley StoneProbably not Bradbury s The Meaning and Acuisition of Wealth but Bradbury is always well worth reading The Serbian For Kids best Ray Bradbury anthology is IMO The Illustrated Man The Martian Chronicles is great John Carneys Carneycopia but it is of a fix up novelAs I write it is almost Halloween the Fall for Him best time to read this collection

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The October Country Read ☆ 2 Review Ô PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ï Ray Bradbury Ray Bradbury Ï 2 Characters Ray Bradbury's first short story collection is back in print its chilling encounters with funhouse mirrors parasitic accident watchers and strange poker chips intact Both sides of Bradbury's vaunted childhood. that country where it is always turning late in the year That country where the hills are fog and the rivers are mist where noons go uickly dusks and twilights linger and midnights stay That country composed in the main of cellars sub cellars coal bins closets attics and pantries faced away from the sun That country whose people are autumn people thinking only autumn thoughts Whose people passing at night on the empty walks sound like rainA collection of 19 macabre tales from who many consider to be the finest writer of fantastic fictionIt is a truth universally acknowledged that the majority of short story collections are hit and miss Well this one is all killer and no filler baby Correction perhaps a teeny tiny bit of filler as there was ONE story I just didn t vibe with namely The Watchful Poker Chip of H Matisse but hey as that Meatloaf song says one out of nineteen ain t bad Orsomething like that This was a really fun collection to read during my road trip in New England it was uite easy to fit in a story or two each evening I did try and read some aloud to my boyfriend but he did not remain awake until the end for ANY of them However I m going to blame that on my soothing voice and not the stories themselves My absolute FAVOURITE story was The Emissary This was a sweet story about a sick young boy and his dog that turns a little dark I love it when stories turn dark unexpectedly If you combine emotion with my horror then I m gonna be on board about 93% of the timeThere s just so many memorable tales that I won t forget in a hurry The Small Assassin which is about a mother who is convinced that her newborn baby is out to kill her The Scythe a chilling tale about a man who comes into the possession of a powerful wheat field and an even powerful scythe The Lake which was my other favourite story is about a man revisiting his childhood home and recalling a friend who drowned in a lake during their childhoodBradbury s writing is beautifully poetic and his stories incredibly inventive I m reading these stories uite a few years after they were written and they are just as impactful and uniue Bradbury is uickly becoming one of my favourite authorsCan t rave about this one enough One of the best short story collections I ve ever read it s up there alongside King s Night Shift and Clive Barker s Books of Blood All the stars Or 5 if we re using the standard rating system Tyrant back in print its chilling encounters with funhouse mirrors parasitic accident watchers and strange poker chips intact Both sides of Bradbury's vaunted childhood. that country where it is always turning late in the year That country where the hills are fog and the rivers are mist where noons go uickly dusks and twilights linger and midnights stay That country composed in the main of cellars sub cellars coal Split Second Thinking; Mastering the Art of Impromptu Speaking bins closets attics and pantries faced away from the sun That country whose people are autumn people thinking only autumn thoughts Whose people passing at night on the empty walks sound like rainA collection of 19 macabre tales from who many consider to Taking Shots Assassins #1 be the finest writer of fantastic fictionIt is a truth universally acknowledged that the majority of short story collections are hit and miss Well this one is all killer and no filler Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association® baby Correction perhaps a teeny tiny Tycoons Tender Touch Second Sisters # 3 but hey as that Meatloaf song says one out of nineteen ain t After We Collided bad Orsomething like that This was a really fun collection to read during my road trip in New England it was uite easy to fit in a story or two each evening I did try and read some aloud to my Hold Tight The Embrace Series #2 but he did not remain awake until the end for ANY of them However I m going to Basic Documents in Medieval History blame that on my soothing voice and not the stories themselves My absolute FAVOURITE story was The Emissary This was a sweet story about a sick young UnBonded Ruth Gron #3 boy and his dog that turns a little dark I love it when stories turn dark unexpectedly If you combine emotion with my horror then I m gonna Bead and Weave Primer be on TheMoving Pictures Generation board about 93% of the timeThere s just so many memorable tales that I won t forget in a hurry The Small Assassin which is about a mother who is convinced that her newborn In the Hall with the Knife baby is out to kill her The Scythe a chilling tale about a man who comes into the possession of a powerful wheat field and an even powerful scythe The Lake which was my other favourite story is about a man revisiting his childhood home and recalling a friend who drowned in a lake during their childhoodBradbury s writing is The Collar beautifully poetic and his stories incredibly inventive I m reading these stories uite a few years after they were written and they are just as impactful and uniue Bradbury is uickly Live and Let Fly becoming one of my favourite authorsCan t rave about this one enough One of the Live and Let Fly best short story collections I ve ever read it s up there alongside King s Night Shift and Clive Barker s Books of Blood All the stars Or 5 if we re using the standard rating system


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    Review The October Country The October Country (E–pub/E–book) á Ray Bradbury Finally Finally I've read this classic collection of short stories by Ray Bradbury I'm so glad that I did What can I say about this that hasn't already been said? It's beautifully written Some of the stories were so haunting I know that they will stick with me for the rest of my life Ones like The Scythe and The Dwarf Jack in the Box and Homecoming Bradbury's style is sparse; he packs a lot of meaning into very few words His prose is so

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