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Memoirs of a Spacewoman by Naomi Mitchison
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A truly interesting read. Again a female writer brings a more human touch to science fiction.

The perspective on communications with aliens was refreshingly different. As well as the aliens themselves. The idea of a dedicated group, who specializes i
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Olga Tokarczuk
“Below the mill the rivers merge. First they flow close beside each other, undecided, overawed by their longed-for intimacy, and then they fall into each other and get lost in one another. The river that flows out of this melting pot by the mill is no longer either the White or the Black, but it is powerful and effortlessly drives the mill wheel that grinds the grain for bread.

Primeval lies on both the White and Black rivers and also on the third one, formed out of their mutual desire. The river arising from their confluence below the mill is called The River, and it flows on calm and contented.”
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