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5.0 out of 5 stars The Contents (for the curious), 6 Sep 2011
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This review is from: The Stories of Ray Bradbuy - Volume 2: v. 2 (Paperback)
This second volume contains 48 short stories,

1. A Medicine For Melancholy
2. A Picasso Summer
3. A Piece Of Wood
4. A Scent Of Sarsaparilla
5. A Story Of Love
6. A Utterly Perfect Murder
7. All Summer In A Day
8. And So Died Riabouchinska
9. Boys! Raise Giant Mushrooms In Your Cellar!
10. Dark They Were, And Golden Eyed
11. Farewell Summer
12. Fever Dream
13. Frost And Fire
14. Gotcha!
15. Have I Got A Chocolate Bar For You!
16. I Sing The Body Electric!
17. Interval In Sunlight
18. Long After Midnight
19. Mcgillahee's Brat
20. Night Call, Collect
21. Punishment Without Crime
22. Some Live Like Lazarus
23. The Anthem Sprinters
24. The Aqueduct
25. The Best Of All Possible Worlds
26. The Better Part Of Wisdom
27. The Black Ferris
28. The Blue Bottle
29. The Day It Rained Forever
30. The End Of The Beginning
31. The Haunting Of The New
32. The Illustrated Woman
33. The Inspired Chicken Motel
34. The October Game
35. The One Who Waits
36. The Parrot Who Met Papa
37. The Screaming Woman
38. The Shoreline At Sunset
39. The Strawberry Window
40. The Terrible Conflagration Up At The Palace
41. The Town Where No One Got Off
42. The Tumbling Day
43. The Vacation
44. The Women
45. The Wonderful Ice Cream Suit
46. Tomorrow's Child
47. Tyrannosaurus Rex
48. Yes, We'll Gather At The River

If you have collected these "The Stories of Ray Bradbuy Volume 1 and 2", then you may need to go further and collect the next 100 collected works, Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales!
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Initial post: 15 Jan 2012 14:09:09 GMT
Ypres says:
But this isn't a review of the Everyman collection, is it? So what's it doing here?

In reply to an earlier post on 28 Mar 2012 20:08:25 BDT
Randy says:
As you can see this review is from: "The Stories of Ray Bradbuy - Volume 2: v. 2". You can find it just above the review. This is a two volume edition that splits the Everyman collection (with 100 stories).

In reply to an earlier post on 29 Jul 2013 19:02:33 BDT
Stephen says:
...but you have posted it in the wrong place- that's what Ypres was saying. ''The Stories of Ray Bradbury (Everyman Library) (Hardcover)'' is what your review should have related to; you only risk misleading people into thinking that this book contains 48 stories rather than the actual 100!
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