A Chapbook for Burnt Out Priests Rabbis and Ministers A Chapbook for Burnt Out Priests Rabbis and Ministers by Ray Bradbury is a major publishing event An exclusive hardcover collection containing new poetry fiction essays and other oddities and fan

  • Title: A Chapbook for Burnt-Out Priests, Rabbis and Ministers
  • Author: Ray Bradbury
  • ISBN: 9781587670107
  • Page: 122
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A Chapbook for Burnt Out Priests, Rabbis and Ministers by Ray Bradbury is a major publishing event An exclusive, hardcover collection containing new poetry, fiction, essays, and other oddities and fancies A stunning and thought provoking volume just in time for the new century featuring classic Bradbury creations, all having to do with the Cosmos, the Universe, VisA Chapbook for Burnt Out Priests, Rabbis and Ministers by Ray Bradbury is a major publishing event An exclusive, hardcover collection containing new poetry, fiction, essays, and other oddities and fancies A stunning and thought provoking volume just in time for the new century featuring classic Bradbury creations, all having to do with the Cosmos, the Universe, Visitations, Annunciations, First and Last Suppers, early Sabbaths and much, much This Cemetery Dance Publications edition is the only edition available anywhere in the world

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    1. This book was inevitable, I suppose. Given Ray Bradbury's penchant for writing on spiritual or religious themes, his self-proclaimed status as a "lapsed Baptist," his strange mid-life fascination with Catholicism and his willingness to dabble in all sorts of formats for his writing, a collection like this was a natural progression. Here we have nearly every poem Bradbury ever wrote on God, plus some new meditations on the divinity of humanity (or perhaps, more aptly, the parallels between man an [...]

    2. Dear Ray,I nearly despaired of youin the writing of poetryIt's not what I expectedfrom one of thefathers of science fictionNot even free verseYour rhythm and cadence threw meI just couldn't see Moby Dickas a giant spaceshipor Noah in the galaxyOf course, I'm nota Melville fanMaybe that was itBut then--along came "Christus Apollo"and you blew me awaywith the imageryand the beautiful languageand "wow"--just wowAnd "Joy Is the Grace We Say to God"Love that one tooA poem about joyhas to be goodI jus [...]

    3. I really like Ray Bradbury's stuff. He wrote Farenheit 451 and Something Wicked This Way Comes. Those two stories come to mind first when I think of Bradbury.This book though, contains mostly table scraps. Poems, thoughts, letters. It's just stuff that will fit nowhere else.But it's Ray's stuffSo I left a book mark in it, on an end table, and every once in a while I'd pick it up and read another bit.

    4. El origen de mi frase favorita surge aquí :Ninguna tumba será tan profunda; ningún país será tan lejano para esconder la pena que causa el encontrar un destino que no es el propio.

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