Each night for a 1000 nights, Ray Bradbury is asking you to read three things:
- One short story (Dahl, Hemingway, Matheson, Cheever, Kneale, Collier, Wharton, Irving)
- One poem (Shakespeare, Frost, and Pope)
- One essay (Huxley, Eiseley )
Bradbury’s goal – to make you the collector of metaphor. He provides a familiar and unfamiliar set of content for each of his exercises all which represent a far better night than the time you’re (I’m) wasting on Candy Crush.