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For The New Year, Ray Bradbury's Buoyant Vision Of The Future

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"I'd like to come back every 50 years and see how we can use certain technological advantages to our advantage," said science-fiction author Ray Bradbury. He died Tuesday at age 91. Steve Castillo/AP hide caption

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Ray Bradbury: 'It's Lack That Gives Us Inspiration'

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Bradbury's Tale: A 'Wicked' Read, A Haunted Book

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Bradbury's Fiction Reignites An Author's Faith

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Reimagining 'Fahrenheit 451' As A Graphic Novel

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Savor the Season with a Picnic of Good Books

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Writer Ray Bradbury

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Ray Bradbury's career spanned more than 70 years — during which he transported readers to other dimensions with his futuristic and innovative stories. He died Tuesday at age 91. Lennox McLendon/AP hide caption

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'Fahrenheit 451' Author Ray Bradbury Dies At 91

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