Ray Bradbury - When Elephants Last In The Dooryard Bloomed
Bradbury's first collection of poems that are intense of feeling, imaginative in range and the variety of subjects and syle will interest all Bradbury fans. Includes his poem Remembrance in which he experiences piercing gratitude when he roots out of a squirrel's hole a long-forgotten message addressed, when he was twelve, to his later self. In Old Mars, the master of science fiction carries us closer to that glowing planet. In Emily Dickinson, Where Are you? Herman Melville Called YOur Name Last Night in HIs Sleep! he delights us with his romantic imagination. Writing about the lost worlds of childhood, reveling in the far corners of the universe, tracing the vivid detail of the landscapes and figures of his unbounded imagination, making the familiar miraculous and the mysterious marvelously knowable, the man whose remarkable talents have introduced us to a hundred unknown worlds here reveals himself in a new and wonderful incarnation.