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ISBN:
0450007065
Author:
Brian Aldiss
Language:
English
Publisher:
New English Library; repint edition (1971)
Pages:
159 pages
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Space, Time And Nathaniel book.

Space, Time And Nathaniel book.

Space, Time and Nathaniel (1957, Faber), (1966, Four Square 1496), (1979, Panther), collection of 14 short stories .

Space, Time and Nathaniel (1957, Faber), (1966, Four Square 1496), (1979, Panther), collection of 14 short stories: "T", "Our Kind of Knowledge", "Psyclops", "Conviction", "Not for an Age", "The Shubshub Race", "Criminal Record", "The Failed Men", "Supercity", "There Is a Tide", "Pogsmith", "Outside", "Panel Game", "Dumb Show". The Book of Brian Aldiss (1972, DAW 29), UK title The Comic Inferno (1973, New English Library), collection of 5 short stories and 4 novelettes

Space, Time and Nathaniel is a collection of science fiction short stories by Brian Aldiss. The stories in this collection are some of Aldiss' earliest stories and it's amazing how little they have lost through the years.

Space, Time and Nathaniel is a collection of science fiction short stories by Brian Aldiss. Nearly none of the stories seem quaint and silly the way some of the stories of the period have a tendency to do today. Okay, some of the stories have been surpassed by the innovations in technology since the fifties and there's no fantastic predictions of the Internet or similar, but the stories survive on their characters

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Space, Time and Nathaniel (Presciences) (1957). No Time Like Tomorrow (1959). The Canopy of Time (1959). The Book of Brian Aldiss (1972). New Arrivals, Old Encounters (1979). Galaxies Like Grains of Sand (1960). The Airs of Earth (1963). Best Science Fiction Stories of Brian W. Aldiss (1965). The Saliva Tree and Other Strange Growths (1966). Intangible Inc. (1969). The Moment of Eclipse (1970). Seasons in Flight (1984). The Magic of the Past (1987). Best SF Stories of Brian W. Aldiss (1988). Science Fiction Blues (1988).

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Brian Aldiss has been publishing since the 1950s. and a new Afterword by Brian Aldiss. Hothouse, Aldiss’s next major work, like many novels of its time, was written and published serially (in magazine form), in America

Brian Aldiss has been publishing since the 1950s. In the sixties, he originated the three science-fiction anthologies which combined to form The Penguin Science Fiction Omnibus (1973). In one form or another, these volumes were reprinted over thirty-five years. Hothouse, Aldiss’s next major work, like many novels of its time, was written and published serially (in magazine form), in America.

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  • Adoraris
This collection was known by its initials, STAN, at the time when I read it. Mostly I read Isaac Asimov so it was good to branch out to different authors. Aldiss was here gathering several short works and most would have been published in SF magazines. This is quite a slim book by comparison with today's word-processor books.
At the time I thought it was an interesting read and many stories put across original points of view. However it would probably read as dated now and the individual stories have not really stuck in my mind. I preferred Nightfall and the Martian Way, collections by Asimov, and Ray Bradbury's The Illustrated Man.
  • Arcanefire
Aldiss is a master of short fiction.
ST&N is no different.
Many stories are connected (in many of his short-story books, not just this one), and create very colorfull and thought-provoking future-histories.
This collection was his first publication and created a mini-havoc in the british sci-fi society, and rightly so.
Excellent.