The Stories of Ray Bradbury - Stories 61 - 70 Summary & Analysis

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Stories 61 - 70 Summary

In "Fever Dream" a boy contracts a debilitating fever and becomes convinced the infection is an alien life form that is slowly replacing the cells in his body with its own. The boy makes a recovery and his touch thereafter appears to infect living organisms with a virulent disease. In "The Town Where No One Got Off" the protagonist acts as narrator. The narrator apparently randomly detrains in a tiny town. There he is followed by an aged man. The two men finally confront each other and the aged man informs the narrator that he intends to murder him. The narrator responds by clarifying he has come to the town in search of a random murder victim. The two men have a tense standoff. "All Summer in a Day" tells the story of a group of schoolchildren living in an earth...

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