Decades of Science Fiction

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McGraw-Hill Education, Jan 1, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 557 pages

Decades of Science Fiction is an anthology of 27 short stories that illustrate the development and popularity of the genre. Through its collection of well-chosen, classic stories, it allows students to trace the evolution of science fiction from the days of H.G Wells and Verne through the present. The text contains important historical and contextual information and demonstrates how science fiction, the adaptable genre, relates to the important issues of our lives.

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By far one of the best collections of science fiction stories and fantastically organized. A colorful selection of must-read short stories and additional information about the history of the genre.

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