Objective Analysis An objective analysis makes uses the technique of independently investigating a particular subject matter with reference to the existing facts, figures, events and background information. An objective analysis can also be referred to as statistical interpolation, objective mapping, or systematic probing into a subject and is completely devoid of personal feelings and viewpoint. This technique is commonly used in in general surveys of English literature.
Bradbury was related to the American Shakespeare scholar Douglas Spaulding  and descended from Mary Bradburywho was tried at one of the Salem witch trials in An aunt read him short stories when he was a child.
The Bradbury family lived in Tucson, Arizonaduring — and — while their father pursued employment, each time returning to Waukegan. They eventually settled in Los Angeles in when Bradbury was 14 years old. This meant that they could stay, and Bradbury—who was in love with Hollywood—was ecstatic.
He often roller-skated through Hollywood in hopes of meeting celebrities. Among the creative and talented people Bradbury met were special-effects pioneer Ray Harryhausen and radio star George Burns.
Bradbury's first pay as a writer, at age 14, was for a joke he sold to George Burns to use on the Burns and Allen radio show. At 12, Bradbury began writing traditional horror stories and said he tried to imitate Poe until he was about The Warlord of Mars impressed him so much that at the age of 12, he wrote his own sequel.
He wrote about Tarzan and drew his own Sunday panels. He listened to the radio show Chandu the Magicianand every night when the show went off the air, he would sit and write the entire script from memory.
Inat a secondhand bookstore in Hollywood, Bradbury discovered a handbill promoting meetings of the Los Angeles Science Fiction Society. Wells and Jules Verne as his primary science-fiction influences. Bradbury identified with Verne, saying, "He believes the human being is in a strange situation in a very strange world, and he believes that we can triumph by behaving morally".
Bradbury recalled, "He was well known, and he wrote humanistic science fiction, which influenced me to dare to be human instead of mechanical. There, Bradbury learned how to sneak in and watched previews almost every week. He rollerskated there, as well as all over town, as he put it, "hell-bent on getting autographs from glamorous stars.
Sometimes, he spent all day in front of Paramount Pictures or Columbia Pictures and then skated to the Brown Derby to watch the stars who came and went for meals. He recounted seeing Cary GrantMarlene Dietrichand Mae Westwhom he learned made a regular appearance every Friday night, bodyguard in tow.
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One evening over dinner, I began to joke, as I often had before, about writing an essay called “Men Explain Things to Me.” Every writer has a stable of ideas that never make it to the racetrack, and I’d been trotting this pony out recreationally every once in a while.
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