I've been searching for a while over critiques or reviews that focus on The Illustrated Man, and there aren't too many. I've already found a couple resources through my University's library. Does anybody know or have access to critiques about this book?
"the illustrated man" Bradbury - at Google Scholar
... Unquestionably in top place among contemporary American writers of sci- ence-fiction is Ray Bradbury, whose two collections, The Martian Chronicles and The Illustrated Man, stand head and shoulders above all other science-fiction in our time.
There is an extensive "study guide" for Bradbury's 'Illustrated Man' available online here.
It contains a synopsis of each chapter as well as;
- Literary Elements
- Character Analysis
- Plot Structure Analysis
- Theme Analysis
- Author's Style
- Important Quotations / Quotes and Analysis of Symbolism
- Motifs / Imagery / Symbols
- Key Facts
There's also a teacher's guide (including Lesson plans) although it's behind a £10 paywall.