Stanley G. Weinbaum: A Collection

Stanley G. Weinbaum: A Collection


Stanley G. Weinbaum Science Fiction

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Stanley Grauman Weinbaum (April 4, 1902 – December 14, 1935) was an American science fiction writer. His story "A Martian Odyssey", was published to great acclaim in July 1934, but he died from lung cancer less than a year and a half later.

A crater on Mars is named in Weinbaum's honor.

This collection contains his following stories : 

The Dark Other
The Ideal
The Point of View
The World of If
Valley of Dreams
Pygmalion's Spectacles
A Martian Odyssey

This collection will please all sci-fi enthusiasts. 

97 000 words - Approximately 323 pages. 


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"Sure," said Harrison, "It's a Martian nursery rhyme."

"Yeah! Well, I was getting used to Tweel's symbolism, and I figured it out this way. 'One-one-two—yes!' The creatures were intelligent. 'Two-two-four—no!' Their intelligence was not of p. 22 our order, but something different and beyond the logic of two and two is four. Maybe I missed ……


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