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YesterMorrow ** S I G N E D ** (FIRST EDITION): Bradbury, Ray

YesterMorrow ** S I G N E D ** (FIRST EDITION)

Bradbury, Ray

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ISBN 10: 1877741043 / ISBN 13: 9781877741043
Published by Joshua Odell Editions, 1991
Condition: Fine Hardcover
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STATED FIRST Edition AND Printing, with publishers full number line in place. Boldly * Inscribed * by author on blank front free end-paper "For ____, Friendly Wishes, Ray Bradbury 5/1/92". Attached to opposite page is a bright green color postcard with the return address from "Ray Bradbury Enterprises, Los Angeles, CA.', with postmark, addressed to person book was inscribed to; with an illustration of an Alien. A Fabulous extra (see photo). Volume is clean and tight. White and grey Dust Jacket is Near Fine with only very tiny/itsy crinkles along crown of spine paper. Mylar protected jacket. Bookseller Inventory # 001164

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Title: YesterMorrow ** S I G N E D ** (FIRST ...

Publisher: Joshua Odell Editions

Publication Date: 1991

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: 1st Edition

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Essays discuss Bernard Berenson, Walt Disney, Federico Fellini, the cities of Paris and London, art, literature, history, science fiction, and the design of public places

From Publishers Weekly:

More fizz than tonic, Bradbury's exuberant essays are intended to evoke a sense of wonder, of humanity's limitless possibilities. Intellectually lazy pieces include panegyrics to Federico Fellini and to science fiction ("the most important fiction ever invented by writers") and a blueprint for a "People Machine"--sort of an enticing, humanized shopping mall "to make the small town work again." In a starry-eyed style that borders on self-parody, Bradbury ( The Martian Chronicles ) spins boyish fantasies about time travel and the holographic theater of the future. His dabblings in art and literary criticism elicit purple prose ("Van Gogh owns all the sunflowers that ever sprouted from seed and ran their juices to turn their clock faces to follow noon"). Elsewhere he crows about his epistolary relationship with a fan, Bernard Berenson, and recalls his acquaintance with Walt Disney. This collection is strictly for hardcore Bradbury enthusiasts
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