Best Quotes by Ray Bradbury, Top Famous Ray Bradbury Quotes
Nationality: American Profession: Screen writer, Author From: August 22, 1920 To June 5, 2012 Age: 92 Years
About Ray Bradbury
A famous American screen writer and a great author who worked as a variety of genres, science fiction, mystery fiction, horror and also including the fantasy Ray Bradbury was born on 22 August 1920 in Illinois U.S. He was best known because of his novels of Fahrenheit man that was published in 1953 other one is the illustrated man that was published in1950 and I sing the body Electric that was published in 1969. He was the most popular and famous American writer of 20th- and 21st century his best known work the speculative fiction and many other genres such as a novel Dandelion Wine that is published in 1957. He started his process of education from the Los Angeles high school and he was active in drama club his first pay that he gained as writer at the age of 14 years. He has much interest in literature he was a great reader and a writer and he was known as the young aged artist he began to start his own stories at the age 11 years. He spent most of his time in Carnegie library at Waukegan in reading where he met many authors such as Edgar Allan Jules Verne and H.G Wells. Then he began to start writing the traditional horror stories. His first story was published in 1938 named Hollerbochen‘s Dilemma. He started his career of writing free due to his victim of bad eye sight and rejected from the world war military. He joined the Loraine days Wilshire where he stayed for two years and worked there as writer and an actor. He was an extensive poet, novelist and play writer he writes many books and quote for his readers that are the great source of popularity for him in very short time he was sincere with his work.
He said in his famous quote;
“You don't have to burn books to destroy a culture. Just get people to stop reading them”
He was writer by occupation he have the nationality of America his notable works are Fahrenheit 451, the Martian Chronicles, something Wicked this Way Comes and Dandelion Wine his notable awards are America Academy of arts and Letters, National Medal of Arts and a Pulitzer Prize and his resting places are the Westwood Memorial park, Los Angeles, and Westwood. He was the great author and writer he was the need of the time but know he is not with us he died on 5 June 2012 in California at the age of 91 years.