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Science Fiction Adventures in Dimension

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All the stories concern themselves basically with time travel. From H.G. Wells' Time Machine of 1895 until the present, this theme has fascinated SF writers as has no other single subject.
Yesterday Was Monday (1941) story by Theodore Sturgeon
Ambition (1951) novelette by William L. Bade
The Middle of the Week After Next (1952) story by Murray Leinster
And It Comes Out Here
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Paperback, F1053, 174 pages
Published March 1965 by Berkley Medallion (first published 1953)
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Erik Graff
Apr 04, 2009 Erik Graff rated it liked it
Recommends it for: time travel fans
Recommended to Erik by: Fin Einar Graff
Shelves: sf
These time travel stories constitute quite a trip down memory lane as all are 55 years old or older. Consequently, women are almost entirely accessories to men and the men wear hats. Mostly by established writers, the stories are very uneven in quality, none being particularly exceptional. Conklin is to be credited for trying to assemble them in terms of the kinds of time travel they represent: future to past, past to future, present to future etc.
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Groff Conklin (September 6, 1904, Glen Ridge, New Jersey - July 19, 1968, Pawling, New York) was a leading science fiction anthologist. Born Edward Groff Conklin, he edited 41 anthologies of science fiction, wrote books on home improvement and was a freelance writer on scientific subjects. From 1950 to 1955, he was the book critic for Galaxy Science Fiction.

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