Ray Bradbury Quotes.

11. "They were all alone. Their voices had died like echoes of the words of God spoken and vibrating in the shared deep."
- Ray Bradbury, The Illustrated Man

12. "The Lord is not serious. In fact, it is a little hard to know just what else He is except loving. And love has to do with humor, doesn't it? For you cannot love someone unless you can put up with him, can you?"
- Ray Bradbury, The Illustrated Man

13. "Somewhere on the Earth tonight, my Tylla, there is a Man with a Lever, which, when he pulls it, Will Save The World. The man is now unemployed. His switch gathers dust. He himself plays pinochle."
- Ray Bradbury, The Illustrated Man

14. "Not about mean old nasty Mars, I tell you, mister! It’s your type that is going to boil for years, and suffer and break out in black pimples and be tortured—— I must admit Earth isn’t very nice. You’ve described it beautifully."
- Ray Bradbury, The Illustrated Man

15. "And he listened to me. That was the thing he did, as if he was trying to fill himself up with all the sound he could hear."
- Ray Bradbury, The Illustrated Man

16. "Oh, death in space was most humorous."
- Ray Bradbury, The Illustrated Man

17. "The multicolored or grey lights touching their faces, but never really touching them..."
- Ray Bradbury, The Pedestrian: A Fantasy in One Act

18. "Business or profession?' 'I guess you'd call me a writer.' No profession,' said the police car, as if talking to itself. The light held him fixed, like a museum specimen, needle thrust through chest."
- Ray Bradbury, The Pedestrian: A Fantasy in One Act

19. "No," said a voice, "the only thing wrong on a night like that is that there is a world and you must come back to it."
- Ray Bradbury, The Toynbee Convector

20. "And just holding her hand would be good. Can you understand that? Do you know that holding someone's hand can be `the' thing? Such a thing that your hands move while not moving. You can remember a thing like that, rather than any other thing about a night, all your life. Just holding hands can mean more, I believe it. When everything is repeated, and over, and familiar, it's the first things rather than the last that count."
- Ray Bradbury, The Toynbee Convector

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