The Stories of Ray Bradbury - Stories 91 - 100 Summary & Analysis

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Stories 91 - 100 Summary

In "Long After Midnight" three ambulance drivers pick up a suicide during the night. Two of the drivers are jaded but the third is impressed by the suicide. On the drive back to the city the three men discuss love, life, and death, and conclude the suicide to be a young woman forlorn over a callous lover. Then the new employee discovers the corpse is that of a young man dressed in drag. In "The Utterly Perfect Murder" the protagonist, Doug, is a middle-aged man who suddenly decides he must avenge wrongs done him as a twelve-year-old boy. He leaves his family and travels cross-country to his childhood home. During the trip he reflects on Ralph Underhill, a one-time boyhood friend, and thinks of several minor wrongs Underhill committed. For this, Doug plans to murder Underhill. Arriving in town Doug calls...

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