THE PSEUDO-PEOPLE by William F.- Ed. Nolan

THE PSEUDO-PEOPLE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Fourteen stories, antholgized for the first time and including a new Bradbury, offer some fresh views of the robot theme. Of the fourteen Richard Matheson's presentation of a future boxing match in Steel is the most persuasive while Charles Beaumont's Last Rites offers a provocative philosophical problem. Asimov is of course represented with a political what-is-it in Evidence. Changeling by Bradbury is a rather crude early effort. But the stories are for the most part bright.

Pub Date: Sept. 30th, 1965
Publisher: Sherbourne