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➹ [Reading] ➻ Nightmare Age By Frederik Pohl ➮ – Women1.pro Science fiction writers have long warned in an astonishing variety of stories and interpretations of the ecological crisis that controls mankindFrederik Pohl a master of future prognostication himselfScience fiction writers have long warned in an astonishing variety of stories and interpretations of the ecological crisis that controls mankindFrederik Pohl a master of future prognostication himself has selected superb representative stories from the thousands that existContents Station HR972 • 1967 • short story by Kenneth BulmerX Marks the Pedwalk • 1963 • s.

Hort story by Fritz LeiberA Bad Day for Sales • 1953 • short story by Fritz LeiberThe Midas Plague • 1954 • novella by Frederik PohlAmong the Bad Baboons • 1968 • novelette by Mack ReynoldsThe Marching Morons • 1951 • novelette by CM KornbluthNew Apples in the Garden • 1963 • short story by Kris NevilleUncalculated Risk • 1962 • short story by Ch.

nightmare free Nightmare Age EpubHort story by Fritz LeiberA Bad Day for Sales • 1953 • short story by Fritz LeiberThe Midas Plague • 1954 • novella by Frederik PohlAmong the Bad Baboons • 1968 • novelette by Mack ReynoldsThe Marching Morons • 1951 • novelette by CM KornbluthNew Apples in the Garden • 1963 • short story by Kris NevilleUncalculated Risk • 1962 • short story by Ch.

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Paperback Õ Nightmare Age PDF Ò Frederik George Pohl Jr was an American science fiction writer editor and fan with a career spanning over seventy years From about 1959 until 1969 Pohl edited Galaxy magazine and its sister magazine IF winning the Hugo for IF three years in a row His writing also won him three Hugos and multiple Nebula Awards He became a Nebula Grand Master in 1993

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  1. Patrick Patrick says:

    Paperback Õ Nightmare Age PDF Ò nightmare free, Nightmare Age EpubHow did our parents think the world would end?JDN 2456168 EDT 2118 Nightmare Age is a collection of short stories from the 1960s edited by Frederick Pohl in 1970 I found it at a yard sale for 50 cents which is probably about what it would have cost nominally in 1970 The theme is “the end of the world” though some of the stories are apocalyptic than others In some the crisis is averted in others it's just a mild dystopia And then in some everyone diesIt's an interesting experience reading what our parents' generation thought about the coming end of the worldThe first story is by far the most realistic and also by far the most boring I don't think those two necessarily go hand in hand but in this case the story has no real characters and reads like


  2. Kathy Sebesta Kathy Sebesta says:

    Paperback Õ Nightmare Age PDF Ò nightmare free, Nightmare Age EpubAn interesting collection of science fiction short stories by the top SF authors of the 1950s 70s projecting the future of our world Since I was an SF omnivore in those years I recognized all of the stories but the first Good stories all tho not all as interesting to me The one that most intrigued was that first story How we are destroying our world by biochemist Paul R Ehrlich It was written in 1969 and was current in what was going on in eco destruction at the time Even has a reference or twoOddly tho all the projections but Pohl's The Midas


  3. Mary Mary says:

    Paperback Õ Nightmare Age PDF Ò nightmare free, Nightmare Age EpubI recall first reading this in about 1971 and even at the time a lot of the stories were relatively old from the early 1950s I decided to re read it because I had recommended it to someone and regularly recited details from some of the stories mostly wanted to see if they were as good as I remembered In a word the answer is yes these are really some classic sci fi stories and they do hold up The intention was to present a series of stories that foretold a poor near future for the world as cautionary tales The world has not turned out as dismally as predicted although for today's age it is interesting that several of them focus on a gulf between ric


  4. Scott Scott says:

    Paperback Õ Nightmare Age PDF Ò nightmare free, Nightmare Age EpubI usually read science fiction to feel optimistic about the future but I thought it would be interesting to see if concerns of the 1950s 1960s still held today Overpopulation and the dumbing down of society are both touched on here than once and are of course relevant than ever Other topics a


  5. Mark Mark says:

    Paperback Õ Nightmare Age PDF Ò nightmare free, Nightmare Age EpubLots of stuff in here that does not hold up historically published in 1970 many stories go back as far as the early 50'sbut at least predates so much culturally that some of these guys seem to have had prognostic abilities Except for Paul Erlich who's Not a sci fi writer shouldn't have pretended otherwiseBut there's a couple that are spot on


  6. Gypsykat Gypsykat says:

    Paperback Õ Nightmare Age PDF Ò nightmare free, Nightmare Age EpubReally i'd say 2 12 stars A collection of short stories about possible futures some good some not


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