Thank you, Mr. Bradbury

Few books are more relevant in 2012 than Fahrenheit 451. Among the heated discussions between electronic and print publishing, the fear to see books disappear haunts our collective psyche.
As Ray Bradbury leaves earth, he leaves us a book, which more than fifty years after its publication, still resonates through our lives.
Few writers have reached such accomplishment.
There is of course much more to Ray Bradbury than Fahrenheit 451.
In French, Le Monde pays homage to the author with two articles:
In English, the best article I read is in The New York Times:
Thank you, Mr. Bradbury. 

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