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The road to science fiction. #3 : from Heinlein to here

Author: James E Gunn
Publisher: New York : New American Library ; 1979
Series: A Mentor book
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Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James E Gunn
ISBN: 0451617843 9780451617842
OCLC Number: 20141870
Notes: "A mentor book."
Includes index.
Description: xi, 656 pages ; 18 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Beyond these horizons --
"All you zombies" / by Robert A. Heinlein --
The clear, cool voice of Asimov --
Reason / by Isaac Asimov --
The Simak reservation --
Desertion / by Clifford D. Simak --
Mimsy were the Kuttners --
Mimsy were the borogroves / by Lewis Padgett (Henry Kuttner and C.L. Moore) --
The Bradbury chronicles --
The million-year picnic / by Ray Bradbury --
More than SF --
Thunder and roses / by Theordore Sturgeon --
Ecce femina --
That only a mother / by Judith Merril --
A matter of time --
Brooklyn project / by William Tenn (Philip Klass) --
The social side --
Coming attraction / by Fritz Leiber --
The expanding universe --
The sentinel / by Arthur C. Clarke --
Farmerworld --
Sail on! Sail on! / by Philip José Farmer --
The science in science fiction --
Critical factor / by Hal Clement --
Why not literature? --
Fondly Fahrenheit / by Alfred Bester --
A touch of stone --
The cold equations / by Tom Godwin --
The ballads of Lost C. Smith --
The game of rat and dragon / by Cordwainer Smith --
Scalpel of wit --
Pilgrimage to earth / by Robert Sheckley --
The British are coming! --
Who can replace a man? / by Brian W. Aldiss --
The sirens of mainstream --
Harrison Bergeron / by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. --
That old-time religion --
The streets of Ashkelon / by Harry Harrison --
Terminal fiction --
The terminal beach / by J.G. Ballard --
Again and again --
Dolphin's way / by Gordon R. Dickson --
The future as metaphor --
Slow Tuesday night / by R.A. Lafferty --
Through a glass darkly --
Day million / by Frederik Pohl --
Will reality please raise its hand? --
We can remember it for you wholesale / by Philip K. Dick --
The new thing --
I have no mouth, and I must scream / by Harlan Ellison --
Aye, and Delany --
Aye, and Gomorrah... / by Samuel R. Delany --
The new scientific revolution --
The jigsaw man / by Larry Niven --
Hard science and soft people --
Kyrie / by Poul Anderson --
Out of the knight --
Masks / by Damon Knight --
Surviving the future --
From Stand on Zanzibar / by John Brunner --
The big protest --
The big flash / by Norman Spinrad --
The origin and development of science fiction writers --
Sundance / by Robert Silverberg --
Science fiction as simile --
From The left hand of darkness / by Ursula K. Le Guin --
Issues and controversies --
When it changed / by Joanna Russ --
The science fiction art story --
The engine at heartspring's center / by Roger Zelazny --
The uncertain future --
Tricentennial / by Joe Haldeman --
Index.
Series Title: A Mentor book
Other Titles: From Heinlein to here
The road to science fiction no. 3
The road to science fiction number three
Responsibility: edited by James Gunn.

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