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Norman Spinrad


Modern Science Fiction

Gregg Press Science Fiction Series: Book 45

Norman Spinrad

Contents:

  • Introduction - (1976) - essay by Thomas D. Clareson
  • Foreword - (1974) - essay by Norman Spinrad
  • Introduction - (1974) - essay by Norman Spinrad
  • The Golden Age - (1974) - essay by Norman Spinrad
  • Twilight - (1934) - shortstory by John W. Campbell, Jr.
  • The Enchanted Village - (1960) - shortstory by A. E. van Vogt
  • Helen O'Loy - (1938) - shortstory by Lester del Rey
  • Nightfall - (1941) - novelette by Isaac Asimov
  • The Postwar Awakening - (1974) - essay by Norman Spinrad
  • The Star - (1955) - shortstory by Arthur C. Clarke
  • Affair with a Green Monkey - (1957) - shortstory by Theodore Sturgeon
  • Stranger Station - (1956) - novelette by Damon Knight
  • The Cold Equations - (1954) - novelette by Tom Godwin
  • The Marching Morons - (1951) - novelette by C. M. Kornbluth
  • 5,271,009 - (1954) - novelette by Alfred Bester
  • The Full Flowering - (1974) - essay by Norman Spinrad
  • The Voices of Time - (1960) - novelette by J. G. Ballard
  • The Pleasure Garden of Felipe Sagittarius - (1965) - shortstory by Michael Moorcock
  • No Direction Home - (1971) - shortstory by Norman Spinrad
  • Descending - (1964) - shortstory by Thomas M. Disch
  • For a Breath I Tarry - (1966) - novelette by Roger Zelazny
  • Don't Wash the Carats - (1968) - shortstory by Philip José Farmer
  • Faith of Our Fathers - (1967) - novelette by Philip K. Dick
  • Aye, and Gomorrah... - (1967) - shortstory by Samuel R. Delany
  • At the Mouse Circus - (1971) - shortstory by Harlan Ellison
  • In Entropy's Jaws - (1971) - novelette by Robert Silverberg
  • Nine Lives - (1969) - novelette by Ursula K. Le Guin
  • Additional Significant Works of Speculative Fiction - (1974) - essay by uncredited

The Iron Dream

Gregg Press Science Fiction Series: Book 58

Norman Spinrad

"IF WAGNER WROTE SCIENCE FICTION THIS IS THE WAY HE WOULD DO IT." -- Harry Harrison

Renowned science fiction writer Adolf Hitler's Hugo Award winning novel!

Ferric Jaggar mounted the platform. A swastika of flame twenty feet high stood out in glory against the night sky behind him, bathing him in heroic firelight, flashing highlights off the brightwork of his gleaming black leather uniform, setting his powerful eyes ablaze. "I hold in my hand the Great Truncheon of Held. I dedicate myself to the repurification of all Heldon with blood and iron, and to the extension of the dominion of True Humanity over the face of the entire Earth! Never will we rest until the last mutant gene is swept from the face of the planet!"

Set in a post-nuclear holocaust world, a novel which traces the rise to power of one Feric Jaggar, an exile among mutants and mongrels to absolute rule in the Fatherland of Truemen.

With an afterword by James Sallis.

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