Janet Kagan


Born
April 18, 1946

Died
March 01, 2008

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Average rating: 4.11 · 4,100 ratings · 382 reviews · 35 distinct worksSimilar authors
Uhura's Song

4.03 avg rating — 2,080 ratings — published 1985 — 16 editions
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Hellspark

4.42 avg rating — 759 ratings — published 1988 — 4 editions
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Mirabile

4.34 avg rating — 484 ratings — published 1991 — 4 editions
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The Collected Kagan

4.49 avg rating — 97 ratings — published 2016 — 2 editions
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The Nutcracker Coup

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Если № 1, январь 2001

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The Best of Marion Zimmer B...

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The Good New Stuff: Adventu...

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The New Hugo Winners, Volum...

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“so who's more adult- somebody who works like mad to avoid a problem or somebody who works like mad to solve it?”
Janet Kagan, Uhura's Song

“we're looking for a planeet on the strength of a song. it's crazy I know, but its the only chance we have to do something useful." ...Evan Wilson said gravely "I think you're as crazy as Heinrich Schliemann - and you know what happened to him!"
"What" ...
"you don't know what happened to him?" she asked her blue eyes widening in astonishment."Ever read Homer's Iliad, Captain?" ...
"I don't know what translation you read Doctor, but there was no Heinrich Schliemann in mine - or in the Odyssey."
"That depends on how you look at it." smiling she settled back into her chair and went on,"Heinrich Schliemann was from Earth, pre-federation days, and he read Homer too. No, not just read him, believed him. So he set out at his own expense-mind you, I doubt he could have found anyone else to fund such a crazy endeavor - to find Troy, a city that most of the educated people of his time considered pure invention on Homer's part."
"And?"
"And he found it. Next time you're on earth, stop by the Troy Museum. the artifacts are magnificent, and every one of them was found on the strength of a song.”
Janet Kagan, Uhura's Song

“Kagan's law of first contact,'You'll surprise you more than they will.”
Janet Kagan, Uhura's Song

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