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ISBN:
0805775145
Author:
William F. Touponce
Category:
History & Criticism
Language:
English
Publisher:
Twayne Pub (April 1, 1988)
Pages:
136 pages
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Twayne's United States Authors Series

Twayne's United States Authors Series. Authors: Donald A. Ringe, Philip L. Gerber, Warren G. French, Frederick John Hoffman, Richard E. Amacher. The Twayne's United States Authors book series by multiple authors includes books Frank Herbert, Hamlin Garland (Twayne's United States authors series : TUSAS 299), United States Authors Series - J. D. Salinger, Revisited (United States Authors Series), and several more.

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Frank Patrick Herbert, Jr. was an American science fiction writer, noted as the author of the best-selling Dune series of futuristic novels, a group of highly complex works that explore such themes as ecology, human evolution, th. . was an American science fiction writer, noted as the author of the best-selling Dune series of futuristic novels, a group of highly complex works that explore such themes as ecology, human evolution, the consequences of genetic manipulation, and mystical and psychic possibilities. His first novel, "Under Pressure" (1956), also known under the title "The Dragon in the Sea", introduced the theme so favored by him, the environment and its resources as the basis for a power struggle. In 1965 Herbert publishe the "Dune".

Frank herbert series . This final book in the "Destination: Void" collaboration between Frank Herbert and Bill Ransom, set twenty-five years after the previous book The Lazarus Effect, concludes the story of the planet Pandora. 1 138. Published: 1988.

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