The Collected Stories of Ray Bradbury

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The Collected Stories of Ray Bradbury is a scholarly publication by Kent State University Press aiming to collect every short story published by Ray Bradbury, presented in chronological order with textual apparatuses, edited by professors William F. Touponce and Jonathan R. Eller.[1] The first volume of the projected three, The Collected Stories of Ray Bradbury: A Critical Edition – Volume 1, 1938–1943 (ISBN 978-1606350713), was published on February 21, 2011.[2] The publication is approved by the Modern Language Association.[3]

Contents[edit]

Volume 1[edit]

  1. Pendulum (with Henry Hasse; 1941)
  2. Gabriel's Horn (with Henry Hasse; 1941, published 1943)
  3. Final Victim (with Henry Hasse; 1941, published 1946)
  4. The Piper (1941, published 1943)
  5. The Candle (1942)
  6. Is That You, Bert? (Is That You, Herb?) (1942, published 2004)
  7. The Wind (1942, published 1943)
  8. Eat, Drink and Be Wary (1942)
  9. Promotion to Satellite (1942, published 1943)
  10. The Crowd (1942, published 1943)
  11. Chrysalis (1942, published 1946)
  12. Subterfuge (1942, published 1943)
  13. The Parallel (A Blade of Grass) (1942, published 1949)
  14. And Then—The Silence (1942, published 1944)
  15. The Lake (1942, published 1944)
  16. Morgue Ship (1943, published 1944)
  17. Tomorrow and Tomorrow (1943, published 1947)
  18. The Monster Maker (1943, published 1944)
  19. King of the Gray Spaces (R Is for Rocket) (1943)
  20. The Scythe (1943)
  21. I, Rocket (1943, published 1944)
  22. Undersea Guardians (1943, published 1944)
  23. The Small Assassin (1943, published 1946)

Appendix[edit]

  1. Hollerbochen's Dilemma (1938)
  2. Hollerbochen Comes Back (1938)
  3. Don't Get Technatal (1939)
  4. The Pendulum (first version, 1939)
  5. Luana the Living (1940)
  6. The Piper (first version, 1940)
  7. It's Not the Heat, It's the Hu— (1940)
  8. The Secret (1940)
  9. Tale of the Mangledomvritch (1941)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Pics & Flicks : IUPUI". Iupui.edu. 2008-10-10. Retrieved 2013-10-05. 
  2. ^ "The Collected Stories of Ray Bradbury". The Kent State University Press. Retrieved 2013-10-05. 
  3. ^ [1][dead link]