A cosmic collection from ardent practioners, this has explicit directives in its individual introductions and continues the...

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NINE TALES OF SPACE AND TIME

A cosmic collection from ardent practioners, this has explicit directives in its individual introductions and continues the path of its predecessor New Tales of Space and Time. Boucher, McComas, Gold and Campbell turn their talents to theology, penology, a remade earthman and the contest between two cultures: Bretnor envisages cats as the genius of the species; Neville lets Bettyann, a non-human, grow up; Dr. Fink formularizes morons into geniuses; Fenton takes over a Hollywood intellectual and the editor burlesques a visitation in Devon. High priests in high altitudes.

Pub Date: May 24, 1954

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Page Count: -

Publisher: Holt

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: May 1, 1954