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By Ray Bradbury

Original yr of publication: 2003; pb - 2005

For greater than sixty years, the mind's eye of Ray Bradbury has opened doorways into impressive areas, ushering us throughout unexplored territories of the center and brain whereas best us inexorably towards a profound figuring out of ourselves and the universe we inhabit. during this landmark quantity, America's preeminent storyteller bargains us 100 treasures from a life of phrases and ideas. The tales inside those pages have been selected via Bradbury himself, and span a profession that blossomed within the pulp magazines of the early Forties and maintains to flourish within the new millennium. listed here are representatives of the mythical author's most interesting works of brief fiction, together with many who haven't been republished for many years, all ceaselessly clean and important, evocative and immensely entertaining.

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87— - THE MARQUISE DE MERTEUIL TO MADAME DE VOLANGES PART III —88— - CÉCILE VOLANGES TO THE VICOMTE DE VALMONT —89— - THE VICOMTE DE VALMONT TO THE CHEVALIER DANCENY —90— - THE PRESIDENTE DE TOURVEL TO THE VICOMTE DE VALMONT —91— - THE VICOMTE DE VALMONT TO THE PRÉSIDENTE DE TOURVEL —92— - THE CHEVALIER DANCENY TO THE VICOMTE DE VALMONT —93— - THE CHEVALIER DANCENY TO CECILE VOLANGES (ENCLOSED IN THE PRECEDING) —94— - CECILE VOLANGES TO THE CHEVALIER DANCENY —95— - CECILE VOLANGES TO THE VICOMTE DE VALMONT —96— - THE VICOMTE DE VALMONT TO THE MARQUISE DE MERTEUIL —97— - CECILE VOLANGES TO MADAME DE MERTEUIL —98— - MADAME DE VOLANGES TO THE MARQUISE DE MERTEUIL —99— - THE VICOMTE DE VALMONT TO THE MARQUISE DE MERTEUIL —100— - THE VICOMTE DE VALMONT TO THE MARQUISE DE MERTEUIL —101— - THE VICOMTE DE VALMONT TO AZOLAN, HIS CHASSEUR (ENCLOSED IN THE PRECEDING) —102— - THE PRÉSIDENTE DE TOURVEL TO MADAME DE ROSEMONDE —103— - MADAME DE ROSEMONDE TO THE PRESIDENTE DE TOURVEL —104— - THE MARQUISE DE MERTEUIL TO MADAME DE VOLANGES —105— - THE MARQUISE DE MERTEUIL TO CÉCILE VOLANGES —106— - THE MARQUISE DE MERTEUIL TO THE VICOMTE DE VALMONT —107— - AZOLAN TO THE VICOMTE DE VALMONT —108— - THE PRESIDENTE DE TOURVEL TO MADAME DE ROSEMONDE —109— - CÉCILE VOLANGES TO THE MARQUISE DE MERTEUIL —101— - THE VICOMTE DE VALMONT TO THE MARQUISE DE MERTEUIL —111— - THE COMTE DE GERCOURT TO MADAME DE VOLANGES —112— - MADAME DE ROSEMONDE TO THE PRESIDENTE DE TOURVEL (DICTATED) —113— - THE MARQUISE DE MERTEUIL TO THE VICOMTE DE VALMONT —114— - THE PRESIDENTE DE TOURVEL TO MADAME DE ROSEMONDE —115— - THE VICOMTE DE VALMONT TO THE MARQUISE DE MERTEUIL —116— - THE CHEVALIER DANCENY TO CÉCILE VOLANGES —117— - CÉCILE VOLANGES TO THE CHEVALIER DANCENY (DICTATED BY VALMONT) —118— - THE CHEVALIER DANCENY TO THE MARQUISE DE MERTEUIL —119— - MADAME DE ROSEMONDE TO THE PRÉSIDENTE DE TOURVEL —120— - THE VICOMTE DE VALMONT TO THE PERE ANSELME (A CISTERCIAN OF THE ...

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