Additional Resources for Dandelion Wine by Ray Bradbury

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Bloom, Harold, ed., Ray Bradbury, Modern Critical Views series, Chelsea House Publishers, 2001.

While most of the essays included in this collection are reprints, the collection as a whole gives students a broad survey of Bradbury criticism.

Bradbury, Ray, "Memories Shape the Voice," in The Voice of the Narrator in Children's Literature: Insights from Writers and Critics, edited by Charlotte F. Otten and Cary D. Schmidt, Greenwood Press, 1989, pp. 132—38.

In this essential article, Bradbury discusses how he wrote Dandelion Wine using his own memories. This essay, titled "Just This Side of Byzantium: An Introduction," also appears in the 2001 William Morrow edition of Dandelion Wine.

Johnson, Wayne L., Ray Bradbury, Frederick Ungar, 1980.

Johnson provides an interesting chapter on Bradbury's Green Town stories.

Mogen, David, Ray Bradbury, Twayne, 1986.

Mogen's book offers both a thorough introduction to Bradbury and a work-by-work analysis of Bradbury's major fiction.

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