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5 · Ah, Careless, Rapturous van Vogt! · Barry N. Malzberg · in
11 · Introduction · in
15 · Don’t Hold Your Breath · ss Saving Worlds, ed. Roger Elwood & Virginia Kidd, Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1973
38 · All We Have on This Planet · ss Stopwatch, ed. George Hay, NEL, 1974
47 · War of Nerves [Beagle] · nv Other Worlds May ’50
72 · The Rull [Rulls] · nv Astoun
Paperback, 398 pages
Published 2007 by Epocha (first published May 1st 1974)
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Max Karpovets
Це абсолютно геніальна річ! Якщо ви хочете навчитись писати безкінечно глибинні речі у мікроформі - це оповідання підходить ідеально. Насправді це відносно пізня робота Альфреда ван Вогта, де, здавалося б, можна віднайти якісь ключові речі, що вплинули на Філіпа Діка (до слова, учня ван Вогта), але цього марно шукати. Перед нами стара, майже архаїчна у своїй тональності фантастика із гуманістичними нотами, товстими штрихами прописування світів та дико потужна соціально-філософська історія (тут д ...more
Cole Schoolland
Very interesting look into A.E. Van Vogt himself. He talks much about his own journey and personal philosophy which he then reflects in his stories. It was also very nice to read stories that he had hand-picked himself for use in this collection. Though, not the most typical of his works, it was interesting to see his perspective on each of these shorts in context.
I need to reread this--it's been a long time. I just remember liking his stories.
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Alfred Elton van Vogt was a Canadian-born science fiction author regarded by some as one of the most popular and complex science fiction writers of the mid-twentieth century—the "Golden Age" of the genre.

van Vogt was born to Russian Mennonite family. Until he was four years old, van Vogt and his family spoke only a dialect of Low German in the home.

He began his writing career with 'true story' ro
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