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DANDELION WINE - Ray Bradbury

DANDELION  WINE - Ray Bradbury

Ray Bradbury is one of the most iconic authors in American literature, with his works having been deemed essential classics today. One story that went underappreciated however was Dandelion Wine; following twelve year old Douglas Spaulding's summer romance during which he meets Jazz Singer and dreams about being an aircraft designer like her despite knowing she will never see him right again due to their differences social classes... 
As I am sure you can tell so far this passage does not discuss what makes up any particular episode or chapter but rather provides background information.Children are magical. They don't know how to make wishes or bring back the dead, but they have this wild magic that cannot be contained by any jurisdiction of adulthood- not even death itself! As Douglas Spaulding approaches his twelfth birthday with anticipation and excitement building inside him like a dandelion flower ready for release into freedom at summer's end; we can almost feel its energy course through our fingertips on paper towards us--both reader/writer alike being pulled closer together in shared understanding.

Douglas and his brother are about to find out, life extends far beyond what the small and unassuming Green Town of Illinois has e when you're expected be harvesting dandelions from your grandfather's famous wine vineyards or taking a break during those hazy afternoons that make it seem like everything stands still; Douglas will learn exactly how much meaning there is behind being alive when he learns just where humans can go: either toward death without ever knowing pleasure again--or else towards eternal happiness by accepting Jesus Christ as Lord!

Though the entire story takes place over a single summer, "The End of Life as We Know it" proves to be revealing enough for younake you realize that life isn't always easy but also full fll Replete with humor and pain, this book is sure not only capture your attention span while reading through its witty dialogue between characters who are all struggling in different ways; however they come together onThough the entire story takes place over a single summer, "The End of Life as We Know it" proves to be revealing enough for young men and women alike. The novel aims at waking them up from their escapism by showing what can happen when time moves too quickly without any pause or slowing down-the passing years will make you realize that life isn't always easy but also full fll Replete with humor and pain, this book is sure not only capture your attention span while reading through its witty dialogue between characters who are all struggling in different ways; however they come together on.

The further I got into the book, the more familiar with characters and their mentalities. Desires, hopes & dreams became clearerOne moment you're having tea on your porch talking about how old memories are starting to fade away- then bam! A sudden gust of wind drops a leaf right next D houses before will be stopping by frequently just outta curiosity? Funny enough though...this novel made nostalgic feelings come back around again--The further I got into the book, the more familiar with characters and their mentalities. Desires, hopes & dreams became clearer as well; this slowed down time for me because it felt like being in another person's shoes for once (or maybe several times). One moment you're having tea on your porch talking about how old memories are starting to fade away- then bam! A sudden gust of wind drops a leaf right next Door without warning so now all these people who never noticed each others' houses before will be stopping by frequently just outta curiosity? Funny enough though...this novel made nostalgic feelings come back around again.

The novel is not just about a summer, but also the reflection on life and mortality. More than anything else it might be an informative reminder that we will all have to face sometime in our lives or another one day - this time right now!The novel is not just about a summer, but also the reflection on life and mortality. More than anything else it might be an informative reminder that we will all have to face sometime in our lives or another one day - this time right now!