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  • Author:
    John W. Campbell Jr.
  • ISBN:
    1557428077
  • ISBN13:
    978-1557428073
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  • Publisher:
    World Library Classics (December 9, 2009)
  • Pages:
    24 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Science Fiction
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I, too,am the last existing who, in memory, sees the struggle for this System,and in memory I am still close to the Center of Rulers, for mine was theruling type then.

By JOHN W. CAMPBELL, Jr. I am the last of my type existing today in all the Solar System. I, too,am the last existing who, in memory, sees the struggle for this System,and in memory I am still close to the Center of Rulers, for mine was theruling type then.

Campbell wrote super-science space opera under his own name and stories under his primary pseudonym, Don A. Stuart. Campbell also used the pen names Karl Van Kampen and Arthur McCann

THE LAST EVOLUTION By JOHN W. I AM the last of my type existing today in all the Solar .

THE LAST EVOLUTION By JOHN W. I, too, am the last existing who, in memory, sees the struggle for this System, and in memory I am still close to the Center of Rulers, for mine was the ruling type then. But I will pass soon, and with me will pass the last of my kind, a poor inefficient type, but yet the creators of those who are now, and will be, long after I pass forever. So I am setting down my record on the mentatype. It was 2538 years After the Year of the Son of Man.

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What will the final evolution be, and will we recognize it when it arrives? A thought provoking story on the ultimate destination of all life. Read on the Scribd mobile app.

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автор: Джон Вуд Кэмпбелл (Jr. Campbell). The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Last Evolution, by John Wood Campbell. This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. Читать на английском и переводить текст. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at ww. utenberg. Title: The Last Evolution. Author: John Wood Campbell. Illustrator: Leo Morey. Release Date: December 9, 2008.

John Wood Campbell, Jr. (June 8, 1910 - July 11, 1971) was an influential figure in American science fiction. As editor of Astounding Science Fiction (later called Analog Science Fiction and Fact), from late 1937 until his death, he is generally credited with shaping the so-called Golden Age of Science Fiction. "The Last Evolution" was originally published in the August 1932 issue of "Amazing Stories" magazine.

Rocksmith
This is the magazine editor who hired Isaac Asimov at 2 cents a word when he was in high school. It is hard to believe that this was written in 1932 for what every high school physics student knows these days was rare then. Campbell was certainly a logical and linear thinker. Amazing!
Quendant
In most stories where humanity and robots live together, there is a rebellion against fleshy masters. Not so here. Instead, humans and robots are both put under threat by an alien invasion, and work together to send both of their species into one final evolutionary leap.

There's not so much individual characters, as humanity, robots, and aliens as a whole are the characters. Sadly, this meant I wasn't very invested in the story. It is interesting, certainly, but I wasn't able to commiserate with anyone.

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