Thursday, October 29, 2009

"I See You Never." Ray Bradbury.

One-minute review: This is no sci-fi story by Bradbury, the sci-fi master story teller. It’s a heart warming separation as Mr. Ramirez who did not have a legal visa in the U.S. must be transported back to Mexico from which he had come. He had had a good life in the U.S., boarding with Mrs. O’Brien. He liked her. To her, he was a good tenant. And now he must leave.

Comment: You get used to somebody; then, for no apparent good reason, he needs to go. Portrait of a relationship. The story of a good-bye. RayS.

75 Short Masterpieces: Stories from the World’s Literature. Ed. Roger B. Goodman. New York: Bantam Books. 1961.

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