Trigger Warning - “The Man Who Forgot Ray Bradbury” Summary & Analysis

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This short story consists of an unnamed speaker telling the audience about the memory problems he is having. When he was a student, many of his things would go missing, like his boots, shaving cream, and candles. Now that he is older, he is losing words. However, he usually finds the word if he can explain the concept to himself. He does remember some things, like who the Greek character Icarus, Shakespeare, and Benjamin Kublesky are. He vaguely recalls a great author who was from the same town as Kublesky - Wakugen, Illinois. He recalls seeing his picture on his books and some of the stories he had written, but he cannot remember who this person is. He asked a friend if he remembered these stories, but the friend denies their existence. The speaker becomes very distraught that he...

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