When elephants last in the dooryard bloomed: celebrations for almost any day in the year

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Knopf; [distributed by Random House], Nov 1, 1973 - Poetry - 143 pages
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The celebrated writer's recollections of home and childhood and comments on dreams and being are given poetic expression

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Review: When Elephants Last In The Dooryard Bloomed: Celebrations For Almost Any Day In The Year

User Review  - Krzysztof - Goodreads

By far the worst Bradbury I've read and the only one that was a chore. The man loves his slant and internal rhyme and also the words: hied, boys, God, Christ, chaff, seed, and lust. If he was writing ... Read full review

Review: When Elephants Last In The Dooryard Bloomed: Celebrations For Almost Any Day In The Year

User Review  - Charles - Goodreads

A great title, and some of the best of Bradbury's poetry. Read full review

Contents

Remembrance
3
The Boys Across the Street Are Driving My Young
9
When Elephants Last in the Dooryard Bloomed
17
Copyright

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Ray Bradbury is the author of more than three dozen books, including "Fahrenheit 451", "The Martian Chronicles", "Dandelion Wine", and "Something Wicked This Way Comes". He has written for the theater and cinema, including the screenplay for John Huston's classic adaptation of "Moby Dick". He was nominated for an Academy Award, won an Emmy for his teleplay of "The Halloween Tree", and adapted sixty-five of his stories for television's "The Ray Bradbury Theater". He lives in Los Angeles.

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