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March 23: Learn what it was like “Editing Ray Bradbury”

March 23
“Editing Ray Bradbury”
Jonathan Eller, Professor of English, IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI
Associate Director, Institute for American Thought
Resident Scholar, Center for Ray Bradbury Studies

IUPUI Cavanaugh Hall 5084:30 pmContact: Annette Hill, 317-278-1839

“What does an author do when publishers do more than impose house styling on a novel? Not much, even if the author is Ray Bradbury. His 1972 novel The Halloween Tree was written for children of all ages, but his editors made nearly 2,000 changes to the text as they shaped it into a novel for pre-teens. Professor Eller will discuss the challenges he faced in editing, annotating and publishing the first restored edition of this seasonal classic.”

If this event sounds interesting, you should check out Jane Hirschfeld on the challenges of translating in a language she knows not on March 27.

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