The Rediscovery of Man ePub download
by Cordwainer Smith
- ISBN: 057504165X
- ISBN13: 978-0575041653
- ePub: 1592 kb | FB2: 1289 kb
- Language: English
- Publisher: Orion Publishing Co (December 31, 1988)
- Pages: 400
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 556
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This book is a collection of Cordwainer Smith's short stories, which after his death were .
A customer of mine lent me one of the paperback partial collections of these stories and the book blew me away. At a few points in "The Rediscovery of Man" Smith mentions various of the Instrumentality's preparations for possible alien encounters, but only modified and/or forgotten sub-species of humans are ever discovered.
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The Rediscovery of Man: The Complete Short Science Fiction of Cordwainer Smith (. ISBN 15368-56-0) is a 1993 book containing the complete collected short fiction of American science fiction author Cordwainer Smith
The Rediscovery of Man: The Complete Short Science Fiction of Cordwainer Smith (. ISBN 15368-56-0) is a 1993 book containing the complete collected short fiction of American science fiction author Cordwainer Smith.
The Rediscovery of Man book. By looking at these turning points in history, Smith is also examining, as the introduction clearly points out, the relationship between science and religion, the definition of the nature of Man both in biological and spiritual terms. The human body, which had taken four million years on Earth to grow, has immense resources within it, resources greater than the brain, or the personality, or the hopes of the individual.
The rediscovery of man. by. Cordwainer Smith. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. by Cordwainer Smith. The Complete Short Science Fiction of. He wrote the book on psychological warfare-under his own name, as with all his non-fiction. But he was very shy about his fiction
The Rediscovery of Man. Scanned by. bint-e-Molasses. But he was very shy about his fiction. He wrote two novels, Ria and Carola, both unusual due to their female protagonists and international settings, under the name Felix C. Forrest, a play on his Chinese name. But when people found out who "Forrest" was, he couldn't write any more. He tried a spy thriller, Atomsk, as Carmichael Smith, but was found out again. He even submitted a manuscript for another novel under his wife's name, but nobody was fooled.
The Rediscovery of Man: The Complete Short Science Fiction of Cordwainer Smith (ISBN 15368-56-0) is a 1993 book containing the complete collected short fiction of American science fiction author Cordwainer Smith. The International Standard Book Number (ISBN) is a numeric commercial book identifier which is intended to be unique. Publishers purchase ISBNs from an affiliate of the International ISBN Agency.
The Rediscovery of Man collects all of Cordwainer Smith's short science fiction. Cordwainer Smith (1913 - 1966) Cordwainer Smith was the most famous pen name of US foreign policy adviser Paul Myron Anthony Linebarger.
The Rediscovery of Man collects all of Cordwainer Smith's short science fiction Читать весь отзыв. Born in Milwaukee in 1913, his godfather was the Chinese revolutionary and political leader, Sun Yat-sen - the result of his political activist father's close ties with leaders of the Chinese revolution. 419 printed pages. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate. SUMMARY: Welcome to the strangest, most distinctive future ever imagined by a science fiction writer. A world in which wealthy and leisured humanity is served by the underpeople, genetically engineered animals turned into the semblance of people.
I can't tell you what this book is like . Sure, I can say it has 671 pages of acclaimed stories-every short story that Cordwainer Smith ever wrote. I can say that the devoted people at the New England Science Fiction Association outdid themselves in creating the most accurate texts possible. They also did this with the companion volume Norstrilia, the only full-length science fiction novel that Cordwainer Smith wrote.