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Simon and Schuster edition is -not- censored
Reviewed in the United States on February 21, 2018
Searching for a version that is not censored, I ended up checking the on-line table of contents of this Simon and Schuster edition. It showed "Way In The Middle Of The Air" (which the PC police removed from so many versions of this book) beginning on page 119. Upon getting the book, a quick flip to page 119, aaaand - clearly not a censored edition. Having last read this story 30 years ago, I absolutely inhaled it. Wow - this is a completely different book once you're mature enough to understand what Bradbury wrote about.
It's important to get the true version of this book because "Way In The Middle Of The Air" is a truly pivotal story. In the over all arc of stories, the tired and dying Martian society goes extinct more from lassitude and being incurious than anything else. Meanwhile humans arrive and begin creating a more vibrant and hopeful society. However, the book isn't really about that. It's about the world Bradbury was living in with the fear of nuclear annihilation, Jim Crow, and a changing society. It's about progress here on earth and "Mars" as the place were going. This story shows the deep south of the early-mid 1900's as old, tired, and ready to die like the dead Martian societies. The imagery of the river is beautiful.
This one story makes it worthwhile to buy this particular edition of the book.
I wish this edition were listed separately from the crappy ones.