Ray Bradbury’s Theory on Creating Great Fiction

Patrick Smith’s latest Blank on Blank installment focuses on Ray Bradbury (Fahrenheit 451). While driving around in a car, he discusses the foolishness of driving, interpretation of facts, and how all of the great works of fiction are felt not thought.

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