6 edition of Great Tales of the Golden Age of Science Fiction found in the catalog.
May 1, 1991 by BBS Publishing Corporation .
Written in English
|Contributions||Waugh Charles G (Compiler), Martin H. Greenberg (Compiler), Isaac Asimov (Introduction)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||466|
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Horace B. Fyfe () was one. An engineer by trade, Fyfe also wrote a long string of popular science fiction and fantasy : Halcyon Press Ltd. It is interesting to turn to one of the anthologies of the Golden Age period – perhaps Adventures in Time and Space (anth ) edited by Raymond J Healy and Francis McComas, or the relevant sections of The Astounding-Analog Reader (anth 2vols) edited by Harry Harrison and Brian W Aldiss, or The Science Fiction Hall of Fame (anth Good science fiction can amaze and motivate, warn, raise questions and spark the imagination, inspiring human creativity and each new generation of stargazers.
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