The Crowd

My real-time review of THE CROWD by RAY BRADBURY – written last November (here) as part of my obsessive comments on the VanderMeers’ massive ‘The WEIRD’:

The Crowd – Ray Bradbury
An inspiring essay on the nature of those who first arrive at the scene of an accident. This book, continuously, seems to provide classic weird stories I think I’ve not read before. Crowding in on me. The Town that squashes Cats. Rubber-Neckers who People the Pit. “If he yelled they might turn around. / And he was afraid to see their faces.” (13 Nov 11 – another 90 minutes later)

(photo taken by me in 2008)

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