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Ray Bradbury Allows Fahrenheit 451 to be Published Digitally

Publisher Simon & Schuster has announced that Ray Bradbury has relented and his classic Fahrenheit 451 will be released today as an eBook. Well, it’s about time, Ray. Yeah, I know that it’s spooky that a book about the decline of reading and book burning is being released as an eBook, the format that directly competes with the printed word. And, yes, Bradbury has been a longtime proponent of written books and has, according to the WaPo, referred to the Internet as “a big distraction,” but that doesn’t mean he can’t get with the times! Besides there’s, nothing sinister about reading Fahrenheit 451 on my Kindle.

Oh no.

(WaPo via @stevesilberman, image via Ron A. Parker)

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