[SFRA-L] Odd little essay on Bradbury

Jon Eller jeller at iupui.edu
Thu Jan 12 13:24:18 EST 2012

Thanks, Peter, for the link to Daniel Flynn's article on Bradbury in 
The American Conservative. Flynn offers some thought-provoking 
comments based on Sam Weller's 2010 book of Bradbury interviews. 
Sam's book provides a good late-life baseline for comparison with the 
social and political viewpoints that Bradbury expressed early in his 
career. As I wrote Becoming Ray Bradbury, I found a mixture of 
liberal and conservative views from the beginning. His hatred of 
totalitarian tendencies, for example, extends to the far Left as well 
as the far Right, and always has.



Jonathan R. Eller, Professor of English
Senior Textual Editor, Institute for American Thought
Director, Center for Ray Bradbury Studies
Textual Editor, Collected Stories of Ray Bradbury
Textual Editor, Writings of Charles S. Peirce
Textual Editor, Works of George Santayana
Indiana University School of Liberal Arts

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