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The Golden Apples of the Sun is an anthology of short stories by Ray Bradbury. When the book was first published in 1953, it contained 22 stories. The 1997 edition adds 10 more stories, and changes the order in which they appear. One of the stories is also the book's namesake. The words "the golden apples of the sun" are from the last line of the final stanza of W. B. Yeats' poem "The Song of Wandering Aengus" (1899): In addition, Bradbury prefaces his book with the last three lines of this poem.

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  • The Golden Apples of the Sun
  • Die goldenen Äpfel der Sonne
  • Las doradas manzanas del sol
  • Le auree mele del sole
  • Золотые яблоки солнца
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  • The Golden Apples of the Sun is an anthology of short stories by Ray Bradbury. When the book was first published in 1953, it contained 22 stories. The 1997 edition adds 10 more stories, and changes the order in which they appear. One of the stories is also the book's namesake. The words "the golden apples of the sun" are from the last line of the final stanza of W. B. Yeats' poem "The Song of Wandering Aengus" (1899): In addition, Bradbury prefaces his book with the last three lines of this poem.
  • Le auree mele del sole (The Golden Apples of the Sun) è una raccolta del 1953 di racconti fantascientifici e fantastici di Ray Bradbury. Il titolo del libro deriva da uno dei racconti della raccolta. Bradbury trasse il titolo della sua storia dall'ultima riga della strofa finale della poesia The Song of Wandering Aengus (1899) di W. B. Yeats.
  • «Золотые яблоки Солнца» (англ. The Golden Apples of the Sun) — третий сборник рассказов американского писателя Рэя Брэдбери, опубликованный в 1953 году. В сборник вошли рассказы, написанные автором в 1945—1953 годах.
  • Las doradas manzanas del Sol es una colección de veintidós cuentos cortos (32 en la edición de 1997) de Ray Bradbury. Recibe su nombre del último cuento del libro, que a su vez lo toma de la última estrofa del poema de W.B. Yeats The Song of Wandering Aengus (La canción de Aengus el errante), en la cual se lee:
  • Das Buch Die goldenen Äpfel der Sonne (The Golden Apples of the Sun) ist eine Sammlung von 22 Science-Fiction Erzählungen des US-amerikanischen Schriftstellers Ray Bradbury. Die amerikanische Originalversion erschien 1953 im Verlag Doubleday. Die Sammlung beinhaltet Kurzgeschichten, die zwischen 1945 und 1953 in verschiedenen Magazinen und Zeitschriften veröffentlicht wurden. Die deutsche Erstausgabe erschien im Jahr 1970 im Marion von Schröder Verlag unter dem Titel Geh´ nicht zu Fuß durch stille Straßen. Der Diogenes Verlag legte das Buch 1981 neu auf und übernahm den Originaltitel in deutscher Übersetzung.
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