New Tales of Space and Time

Here are ten amazing stories of space travel, robots, cybernetics, and the haunting possibilities of life in the future Each is an exciting adventure into the stimulating world of Science Fiction where the unusual is commonplace and the impossible is propbable.For a quick idea of what each masterful story is about, the reader can turn to the editor s short introductHere are ten amazing stories of space travel, robots, cybernetics, and the haunting possibilities of life in the future Each is an exciting adventure into the stimulating world of Science Fiction where the unusual is commonplace and the impossible is propbable.For a quick idea of what each masterful story is about, the reader can turn to the editor s short introduction preceding every tale.Introduction New Tales of Space and Time by Anthony Boucher Here There Be Tygers by Ray Bradbury In a Good Cause by Isaac Asimov Tolliver s Travels by Frank Fenton and Joseph Petracca Bettyann by Kris Neville Little Anton by Reginald Bretnor as by R Bretnor Status Quondam by P Schuyler Miller B M Planet 4 by Gerald Heard You Can t Say That by Cleve Cartmill Fulfillment by A E van Vogt The Quest for Saint Aquin novelette by Anthony Boucher
New Tales of Space and Time Here are ten amazing stories of space travel robots cybernetics and the haunting possibilities of life in the future Each is an exciting adventure into the stimulating world of Science Fiction wher

  • Title: New Tales of Space and Time
  • Author: Raymond J. Healy Kris Neville Reginald Bretnor Cleve Cartmill P. Schuyler Miller A.E. van Vogt Gerald Heard Anthony Boucher
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 424
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “New Tales of Space and Time”

    1. This anthology of all-original stories, published in 1951, was a signal document in the defining years of the "golden age" of SF. Raymond Healy and Anthony Boucher set out to wrest the genre from both the blunderbuss nonsense of the 1920s-'30s and the sterile "just the facts" approach sometimes resulting form Astounding Science Fiction's otherwise sterling job of uplifting quality and focus. Seen from today, it's also a remarkable look at the cultural mindset unfolding as postwar America settled [...]

    2. Bettyann by Kris Neville is a classic.Little Anton by Reginald Bretnor is hysterical.Quite a fine early anthology of original speculative fiction.

    3. nhwvejournal/1056310ml[return][return]I got this by mistake - thought I was ordering the famous 1946 anthology edited by Healy and J. Francis McComas, but in fact it is a 1951 followup edited by Healy alone. For all that, I was not too disappointed, at least given my expectations of an original sf anthology of the period; there are average quality stories by Ray Bradbury, Isaac Asimov, AE van Vogt and a half dozen others who I haven't heard of, and the first publication of Anthony Boucher's clas [...]

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