NEBULA AWARD STORIES EIGHT by Isaac Asimov

NEBULA AWARD STORIES EIGHT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The latest Nebula Award collection deserves an award itself. Clarke finds wonder in the old man confronts-Jupiter theme; Rotsler creates a new science fictional art form; Joanna Russ writes powerfully of a society of women whose fully human way of life is threatened by male incursions; Ellison spins a delicate fantasy of salvation; Anderson translates the Orpheus myth into a future idiom; Gene Wolfe provides a complex and subtle variation on the ubiquitous subject of clones; and Silverberg invites us to the end(s) of the world. First-rate.
Pub Date: Nov. 14th, 1973
ISBN: 0575017546
Publisher: Harper & Row
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Nov. 1st, 1973




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