2 thoughts on “DANDELION WINE Easton Press

  1. A masterpiece Ray Bradbury is my favorite writer of all-time. Dandelion Wine is the tale of a small-town summer in 1928, told through the eyes of the colorful characters who inhabit it. There is a boy and his brother, awakening to consciousness of the enormous scope of being alive. No emotion is spared: joy and terror, tragedy and hope, all wrapped up in prose that is so beautiful it hurts.When I first started reading, this book confused me. It lacks the narrative arc that is so common in novels,…

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  2. You’ve been here….read your way back! That would take an entire page! Absolutely one of my favorite reads. Now reading it again with my adult grandson (who lives in Europe)….on very long distance calls of over 2 hours…..we read paragraphs back and forth…relate our own “Dandelion WIne” summers. Now we’re writing our experiences out and placing the pages between the pages that “take us back”….he is so taken by the story …he has to continually stop reading because his own memory kicks in….as does…

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