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The war of the worlds : fresh perspectives on the H.G. Wells classic

H. G. Wells' The War of the Worlds, one of the great classics of science fiction, is as vivid and powerful today as the day it was written. In this collection, fourteen of science fiction's greatest talents come together to discuss, with insight and humor, one of science fiction's most important works.
Print Book, English, 2006
Benbella ; Gazelle Drake Academic [distributor], Dallas, Tex., Lancaster, 2006
vi, 292 pages ; 23 cm
9781932100556, 1932100555
Robert Silverberg
The War of the Worlds15(138)
H.G. Wells
The Night Wind and the Morning Star153(12)
Robert Charles Wilson
Just Who Were Those Martians, Anyway?165(8)
Lawrence Watt-Evans
The Martians Among Us173(8)
Pamela Sargent
H.G. Wells' Enduring Mythos of Mars181(8)
Stephen Baxter
The Evolution of the Martians189(10)
Jack Williamson
Wars of the Worlds199(16)
David Gerrold
In Woking's Image215(10)
Mercedes Lackey
Wells, Welles, Well!, or Who Called the Martians Down?225(10)
Fred Saberhagen
The Fear of the Worlds235(16)
George Zebrowski
Martian Compassion251(18)
David Zindell
The Tiniest Assassins269(4)
Mike Resnick
Of Warfare and The War of the Worlds273(12)
Ian Watson
"The Soul Selects Her Own Society"285
Invasion and Repulsion: A Chronological Reinterpretation of Two of Emily Dickinson's Poems: A Wellsian Perspective
Connie Willis