Voices for the Future: Essays on Major Science Fiction Writers, Volume 1
Thomas D. Clareson
Popular Press, 1976 - Literary Criticism - 294 pages
Bringing together a group of original essays concerning major writers of science fiction whose careers had begun by the end of World War II, this volume covers Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury, Arthur C. Clarke, C. L. Moore, Clifford D. Simak, Olaf Stapledon, Kurt Vonnegut, and Jack Williamson.
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The Comedy of Cosmic Evolution
Olaf Stapledons Dispassionate Objectivity
The Inhabited Universe
Asimov Calvin and Moses
The Frontier Worlds of Robert A Heinlein
The Sturgeon Connection
Henry Kuttner C L Moore Lewis Padgett et al
The Cosmic Loneliness of Arthur C Clarke
The Swiftian Satire of Kurt Vonnegut Jr
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