Stanley G. Weinbaum


Born
in Louisville, Kentucky , The United States
April 04, 1902

Died
December 14, 1935

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Full name: Stanley Grauman Weinbaum

"In his short career, Stanley G. Weinbaum revolutionized science fiction. We are still exploring the themes he gave us." - Poul Anderson

"Stanley G. Weinbaum's name deserves to rank with those of Wells and Heinlein - and no more than a handful of others - as among the great shapers of modern science fiction." - Frederik Pohl

Average rating: 4.12 · 8,482 ratings · 680 reviews · 199 distinct worksSimilar authors
A Martian Odyssey

3.82 avg rating — 675 ratings — published 1934 — 81 editions
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The Best of Stanley G. Wein...

4.17 avg rating — 204 ratings — published 1974 — 7 editions
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A Martian Odyssey and Other...

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The New Adam

3.68 avg rating — 65 ratings — published 1939 — 19 editions
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Pygmalion's Spectacles

3.68 avg rating — 81 ratings — published 1935 — 42 editions
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The Black Flame

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3.27 avg rating — 66 ratings — published 1939 — 45 editions
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Valley Of Dreams

3.57 avg rating — 54 ratings — published 1934 — 21 editions
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The Worlds of If

3.61 avg rating — 38 ratings — published 1935 — 13 editions
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A Martian Odyssey: Stanley ...

4.04 avg rating — 23 ratings — published 2008 — 2 editions
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The Adaptive Ultimate

3.50 avg rating — 28 ratings — published 1935 — 8 editions
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“Too many questions breed answers to none.”
Stanley G. Weinbaum, Dawn of Flame

“He scarcely know whether to be glad or bitter, for indeed, though she had granted his request to spare his companions, she had granted it only at the cost of the destruction of the cause for which he had sacrificed everything. There were no Harriers any more, but he was still to die for them.”
Stanley G. Weinbaum, Dawn of Flame

“He scarcely knew whether to be glad or bitter, for indeed, though she had granted his request to spare his companions, she had granted it only at the cost of the destruction of the cause for which he had sacrificed everything. There were no Harriers any more, but he was still to die for them.”
Stanley G. Weinbaum, Dawn of Flame

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