The Meadow (play)
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The Meadow is a radio drama by Ray Bradbury, written for a 1947 episode of the radio series World Security Workshop. It was included in the anthology Best One-Act Plays of 1947-1948. Bradbury later revised it into a short story (1953) and a stage play (1960).
The elderly security guard at an old and declining fair whose main attraction are models of the cities of the world uses the power of rambling.
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