Friday, February 7, 2020

The Illustrated Man by: Ray Bradbury (Review)



In this short tale (not to be confused with the 1951 collection of the same name) "An overweight carnival worker is given a second chance as a Tattooed Man, and visits a strange woman who applies skin illustrations over his entire body. She covers two special areas, claiming they will show the future. The first is an illustration of the man strangling his wife. Shortly after this comes to pass, the carnival workers run the man down, beat him, and look at the second area. It shows an illustration of the beating in which they are engaged."

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