One More for the Road

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
This article is about the Ray Bradbury book. For articles with similar titles, see One for the Road (disambiguation).
One More for the Road
One more for the road.jpg
dust-jacket from the first edition
Author Ray Bradbury
Cover artist José Luis Merino
Country United States
Language English
Genre Science fiction, fantasy short stories
Publisher William Morrow
Publication date
April, 2002
Media type Print (Hardback)
Pages 289 pp
ISBN 0-06-621106-9
OCLC 46952194
813/.54 21
LC Class PS3503.R167 O54 2002

One More for the Road is a 2002 collection of 25 short stories written by Ray Bradbury.

Contents[edit]

  1. "First Day"
  2. "Heart Transplant"
  3. "Quid Pro Quo"
  4. "After the Ball"
  5. "In Memoriam"
  6. "Téte-á-Téte"
  7. "The Dragon Danced at Midnight"
  8. "The Nineteenth"
  9. "Beasts"
  10. "Autumn Afternoon"
  11. "Where All Is Emptiness There Is Room to Move"
  12. "One-Woman Show"
  13. "The Laurel and Hardy Alpha Centauri Farewell Tour"
  14. "Leftovers"
  15. "One More for the Road"
  16. "Tangerine"
  17. "With Smiles as Wide as Summer"
  18. "Time Intervening"
  19. "The Enemy in the Wheat"
  20. "Fore!"
  21. "My Son, Max"
  22. "The F.Scott/Tolstoy/Ahab Accumulator"
  23. "Well, What Do You Have to Say for Yourself?"
  24. "Diane de Forét"
  25. "The Cricket on the Hearth"
  26. Afterword: Metaphors, the Breakfast of Champions

References[edit]

External links[edit]