Tuesday, October 09, 2007
FAHRENHEIT 451 by Ray Bradbury, two versions read by the author, and read by Scott Brick
Bradbury’s classic details the eternal war between censorship and freedom of thought and continues to be relevant today more than ever. It's a treat to hear Bradbury read his own work, almost as if a wise elder were sharing a cautionary tale. In Brick's performance, characterizations are so compelling that book-loving listeners may find tears at the corners of their eyes.
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