WINDOWS INTO TOMORROW by Robert -- Ed. Silverberg

WINDOWS INTO TOMORROW

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Prolific editor Silverberg provides nine views of the allegedly near future, mostly of '50's and '60's vintage. Here's Ballard's ironic nightmare of overcrowding, Dick's solipsistic android, an unaccountably truncated version of Heinlein's year when everything went wrong, Silverberg's logical extension of cinematic sadism and other extrapolations by Ellison, Effinger, Leiber, Spinrad and Vance. Unsurprisingly polished.

Pub Date: March 1st, 1974
Publisher: Hawthorn