Clifford D. Simak


Born
in Millville, Wisconsin, The United States
August 03, 1904

Died
April 25, 1988

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"He was honored by fans with three Hugo awards and by colleagues with one Nebula award and was named the third Grand Master by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) in 1977." (Wikipedia)

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Average rating: 3.97 · 70,426 ratings · 4,297 reviews · 529 distinct worksSimilar authors
Way Station

4.03 avg rating — 18,738 ratings — published 1963 — 7 editions
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City

4.11 avg rating — 11,259 ratings — published 1952 — 104 editions
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The Goblin Reservation

4.01 avg rating — 2,838 ratings — published 1968 — 44 editions
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Time and Again

3.90 avg rating — 2,279 ratings — published 1950 — 41 editions
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All Flesh is Grass

3.88 avg rating — 1,915 ratings — published 1965 — 33 editions
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Ring Around the Sun

3.80 avg rating — 1,438 ratings — published 1952 — 28 editions
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Time Is the Simplest Thing

3.94 avg rating — 1,485 ratings — published 1961 — 31 editions
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A Choice of Gods

3.71 avg rating — 1,135 ratings — published 1972 — 24 editions
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Cemetery World

3.67 avg rating — 1,097 ratings — published 1972 — 27 editions
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Shakespeare's Planet

3.57 avg rating — 853 ratings — published 1976 — 21 editions
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“Here lies one from a distant star, but the soil is not alien to him, for in death he belongs to the universe.”
Clifford D. Simak, Way Station

“A religion is a system of symbols which acts to establish powerful, pervasive, and long-lasting moods in men by formulating conceptions of a general order of existence and clothing those conceptions with such an aura of factuality that the moods and motivations seem uniquely realistic.”
Clifford D. Simak

“Once there had been joy, but now there was only sadness, and it was not, he knew, alone the sadness of an empty house; it was the sadness of all else, the sadness of the Earth, the sadness of the failures and the empty triumphs.”
Clifford D. Simak, City

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