Autor - McNelly, Willis E.

TitelAbove the Human Landscape
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AutorenWillis E. McNelly & Leon E. Stover
Spracheenglisch
BuchtypKurzgeschichten
Auflage1
Jahr1972
BuchformatTaschenbuch
GenreScience Fiction
Seiten387
Preis4.95 US-Dollar
ISBN0-87620-002-1, ISBN13: 978-0-87620-002-5
VerlagGoodyear Publishing
Inhalt
vii: Kommentar: Introduction (Above the Human Landscape) (Willis E. McNelly & Leon E. Stover)
1: Abschnitt: part one - Communities are for People
3: The Highway (Ray Bradbury)
7: The Waveries (Fredric Brown)
27: The Mother of Necessity (Chad Oliver)
39: Black Is Beautiful (Robert Silverberg)
51: Golden Acres (Kit Reed)
69: Abschnitt: part two - Systems are for People
71: Adrift on the Policy Level (Chandler Davis)
87: "Repent, Harlequin!" Said the Ticktockman (Harlan Ellison)
97: Balanced Ecology (James H. Schmitz)
113: Positive Feedback (Christopher Anvil)
135: Poppa Needs Shorts (Walt Richmond & Leigh Richmond)
141: Abschnitt: part three - Technology is for People
143: The Great Radio Peril (Eric Frank Russell)
153: Rescue Operation (Harry Harrison)
166: Slow Tuesday Night (R. A. Lafferty)
173: Light of Other Days (Bob Shaw)
181: Who Can Replace a Man? (Brian W. Aldiss)
191: Abschnitt: part four - People Create Realities
193: What We Have Here Is Too Much Communication (Leon E. Stover)
205: The Handler (Damon Knight)
209: They (Robert A. Heinlein)
223: Carcinoma Angels (Norman Spinrad)
231: Shattered Like a Glass Goblin (Harlan Ellison)
239: The New Sound (Charles Beaumont)
245: Abschnitt: part five - Tomorrow will be B(e|i)tter
247: Rat Race (Raymond F. Jones)
261: Coming-of-Age Day (A. K. Jorgensson)
272: Ecce Femina! (Bruce McAllister)
300: Seventh Victim (Robert Sheckley)
312: Roommates (Harry Harrison)
332: Mr. Costello, Hero (Theodore Sturgeon)
355: Abschnitt: Afterword
355: Kommentar: Science Fiction as Culture Criticism (Willis E. McNelly & Leon E. Stover)
375: Abschnitt: Appendix
375: Kommentar: Preface To Appendix
377: Essay: Apeman, Superman-or 2001's Answer to the World Riddle (Leon E. Stover)
383: Essay: Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse-Five: Science Fiction as Objective Correlative (Willis E. McNelly)