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aka Fronteiras da Eternidade. Rio de Janeiro: Expressão e Cultura, '73 Portuguese & Al filo do lo eterno: relatos de ciencia-ficción anthropológica. Buenos Aires: Andromeda, '77, Tr. by Manuel Barberá. Spanish
This collection of 6 previously published stories includes a biographical introduction by Nolan, commentary by the author & a bibliography of Oliver's SF.
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Hardcover, 305 pages
Published August 1st 1971 by Sherbourne Press (Los Angeles)
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Six anthropological science fiction stories by Oliver published during the fifties.
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Symmes Chadwick Oliver (30 March 1928–9 August 1993) was an award winning science fiction and Western writer and chair of the Department of Anthropology at the University of Texas at Austin. He was also one of the founders of the Turkey City Writer's Workshop.
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