Bradbury Classic Stories 1: From the Golden Apples of the Sun and R Is for... - 'The Exiles,' and 'Here There be Tygers' Summary & Analysis

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'The Exiles,' and 'Here There be Tygers' Summary

In 'The Exiles,' fantastical and horrific creatures and people from fiction are living on Mars with their creators. Among them are the witches from Macbeth, with Shakespeare, and Edgar Allen Poe, who seems to be more or less in charge. They are uneasy because there is a rocket approaching from Earth. Edgar Allen Poe wants to fight the humans arriving, as he sees them as a threat. They are men of science who want to extend human knowledge and enlightenment further, which will push Edgar Allen Poe and his friends further into space on more isolated planets. The witches attempt to curse the men on the rocket to prevent them from landing, but although it succeeds in killing one man, it does not stop the rocket.

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