The Stories of Ray Bradbury - Stories 31 - 40 Summary & Analysis

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Stories 31 - 40 Summary

In "Invisible Boy" a reclusive woman hosts a local boy named Charlie for several days. She grows very fond of him and wants him to stay with her forever so she uses her putative magic to put a spell on him but the spell does not work. She then convinces him to stay by making him invisible; he drinks a worthless potion and she pretends not to see him. Over the next few days the boy is mischievous and the old woman realizes he must return to his parents so she claims the invisibility has worn off. "The Golden Kite, the Silver Wind" is about two competing towns that continually rebuild their town walls to symbolically defeat the other town—for example, when one town is shaped like an orange the other town re-shapes its walls like unto a pig...

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