- Author:Edgar L. Chapman
- Publisher:Praeger (October 30, 1999)
- Pages:224 pages
- Subcategory:History & Criticism
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Start by marking The Road to Castle Mount: The . The Road to Castle Mount: The Science Fiction of Robert Silverberg (Contributions to the Study of Science Fiction and Fantasy).
Start by marking The Road to Castle Mount: The Science Fiction of Robert Silverberg as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. One of the most prolific, honored, and widely read science fiction writers, Robert Silverberg has forged a professional career that began in the 1950s and has flourished in succeeding decades. From the very beginning, he was perceived as a promising and potentially brilliant author, and he has persisted long enough to win more Hugo and Nebula Awards than any other writer.
The Greatest Science Fiction Stones of All Time. Chosen by the Members of The Science Fiction Writers of. America. All rights reserved, including the right to reproduce this book, or portions thereof, in any form. This book is printed on acid-free paper. Reprinted by permission of the author and his agent, Lurton Blassingame.
List of the published work of Robert Silverberg, American science fiction author. By publication date except Majipoor (1980 to present). Revolt on Alpha C Thomas Crowell (1955). The 13th Immortal Ace D-223 (1956). Master of Life and Death Ace D-237 (1957). ISBN 671783-9-8, Avon S369 (1968), Tor (1986). The Shrouded Planet (with Randall Garrett, as Robert Randall) Gnome (1957), Mayflower-Dell (1963), Starblaze (1981).
In the course of his extraordinary-and prolific-career, Robert Silverberg has made an enormous contribution to imaginative literature.
The stories collected here, written between August of 1987 and May of 1990, demonstrate that I still believe in the classical unities. Of course, what seems to us a unity now might not have appeared that way when . Wells was writing his wonderful stories in the nineteenth century. In the course of his extraordinary-and prolific-career, Robert Silverberg has made an enormous contribution to imaginative literature. In The Last Song of Orpheus, his longest story in more than a decade, Silverberg has given us one of his most remarkable accomplishments, a resonant recreation of one of the central myths of western civilization.
Books : The Intersection of Science Fiction and Philosophy: Critical Studies (Contributions to the Study of Science Fiction & Fantasy) (Hardcover). Robert E. Myers has assembled a collection of essays which explore aspects of the relationship between science fiction and philosophy. The authors bring to this study the insights of diverse disciplines: philosophy, social science, poetry, linguistics, future studies, medical humanities, and literature. Dealing exclusively with topics relating to science fiction and philosophy they offer an initial exploration of the philosophical problems within science fiction and their implications.
Born with the Dead" is a science fiction novella by Robert Silverberg. Originally published in 1974 in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, "Born with the Dead" won both the 1975 Nebula Award for Best Novella and the 1975 Locus Award for Best Novella
Born with the Dead" is a science fiction novella by Robert Silverberg. It describes a near-future world in which the recently dead can be "rekindled" to a new life, but one in which their personalities and attitudes are radically changed; although they possess their memories from their previous lives, their former concerns no longer appear important to them. Originally published in 1974 in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, "Born with the Dead" won both the 1975 Nebula Award for Best Novella and the 1975 Locus Award for Best Novella. The story has subsequently been republished many times in collections.
Contributions to the Study of. Science Fiction and Fantasy.
Robert Silverberg - the complete book list . Science Fiction, Fantasy. Legends II : Dragon, Sword, and King.
In this pioneering work of British science fiction . Clarke's third novel fuses science and mysticism in an optimistic treatise describing the transcendence of humankind from petty, warring beings to the guardians of utopia, and beyond.
In this pioneering work of British science fiction, the hero is a bumptious American mining engineer who stumbles on a subterranean civilisation. The "Vril-ya" enjoy a utopian social organisation based on "vril", a source of infinitely renewable electrical power (commerce promptly produced the beef essence drink, Bovril).
One of the most prolific, honored, and widely read science fiction writers, Robert Silverberg has forged a professional career that began in the 1950s and has flourished in succeeding decades. From the very beginning, he was perceived as a promising and potentially brilliant author, and he has persisted long enough to win more Hugo and Nebula Awards than any other writer. After first gaining fame for his magazine fiction, he embraced the ideals and methods of literary science fiction in the late 1960s and crafted a number of novels marked by symbolism and irony. After a period of silence in the 1970s, he resumed his career and has attracted growing amounts of critical attention. This book offers a broad study of Silverberg's growth as a writer and illuminates a career that still eludes easy assessment. Chapman not only explores Silverberg's works, but also illuminates the many factors that shaped the evolution of his works. What emerges is a complete picture of Silverberg and his craft.
An introductory chapter overviews Silverberg's career and provides some biographical information. The chapters that follow look at various phases in his development. These include an apprenticeship period, a journeyman period, a climactic period of mastery, and a second period of mature work, following a hiatus in the 1970s. Included are discussions of such works as Revolt on Alpha C, Thorns, The Book of Skulls, Shadrach in the Furnace, and Lord Valentine's Castle. The volume gives special attention to the larger literary contexts of Silverberg's writings and to the forces that influenced him.