4 edition of The Playfellow, And Other Stories found in the catalog.
July 25, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||134|
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From A to Z, fifty great science fiction themes are brought to live in short stories by the masters. Alien worlds, bionic persons, computers, extraterrestrials, hyperspace, invasion of Earth, mad scientists, other dimensions, robots, time travel—these are the subjects of timeless tales from authors old and new: Brian Aldiss, Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury, Arthur C. Clarke, Gordon R. Dickson. There were many more stories like this in the book that explore the meaning of humanity. I, Robot is one of the rare books that established a detailed and convincing world complete with unique laws of its own, one that incorporated philosophy into science fiction, and one that was a masterpiece when it was first written and would still remain a Cited by: 1.
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The Playfellow and Other Stories, ISBNISBNLike New Used, Free shipping in the US Seller Rating: % positive. The Frog Prince and Other Stories is a collection of three fairy tales illustrated by Walter Crane.
The collection contains The Frog Prince, Princess Belle-Etoile, and Aladdin. Princess Belle-Etoile was the only story I hadn't previously read, but it's your typical fairy tale fare of a jealous woman trying to kill a bunch of children, but they /5.
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A prolific writer, he published thirty-six novels, five volumes of short stories, two plays and three volumes of memoirs. His skill at scene-setting, his vivid plots, his high profile as a lecturer and his driving ambition brought him a large readership in the United Kingdom and North America/5(14).
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"Robbie" is a science fiction short story by American writer Isaac Asimov. It was his first robot story and writing commenced on J It was first published in the September issue Super Science Stories magazine as "Strange Playfellow", a title that was chosen by editor Frederik Pohl and described as "distasteful" by Asimov.
A revised version of Robbie was reprinted under Asimov Author: Isaac Asimov. Ali Smith was born in Inverness in She is the author of Spring, Winter, Autumn, Public library and other stories, How to be both, Shire, Artful, There but for the, The first person and other stories, Girl Meets Boy, The Accidental, The whole story and other stories, Hotel World, Other stories and other stories, Like and Free World was shortlisted for the Booker Prize and the /5(9).
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How good to have Jenny back in print.” —Leonard S. Marcus, author of Storied City: A Children’s Book Walking Tour Guide to New York City. From the Publisher/5(10).
"The Snow Queen" is the longest and most intriguing of all his stories and is almost a Pilgrim's Progress, with the heroine battling temptation and wickedness to free her less virtuous playfellow from the clutches of the gloriously evil Snow Queen.
These are not the fairy. Other critics agreed with Asimov's assessment, including John Markoff of the New York Times who wrote that the "endless stream of stories about space adventures" was "far more compelling than anything television could offer," and Donald M.
Hassler, writing for Science Fiction Studies, who believed that the Foundation trilogy "is not only the. It is told by a writer for Every Other Sunday, about a favorite animal that was called Jane.
The author of the story says: "'She was large and strong, a good carriage horse, obedient to the least touch of rein or inflection of voice, and so gentle that she was the best possible playfellow for our youngest, a child of ten years, who was.
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I, Robot is a collection of nine short stories by Isaac Asimov, which originally appeared in Super Science Stories and Astounding Science Fiction between and The fictional character Dr Susan Calvin (robopsychologist for U.S.
Robots and Mechanical Men Inc) relating these stories to a reporter in the 21st Century acts as a framing narrative, tying them together to create one of the Pages: This book was originally published in a collection of stories called The Playfellow, but later editions have concentrated on the artwork.
This edition, illustrated in an amazing art deco style by Boris Artzybasheff, is in copyright in the US, but it is OK for citizens of the European Union, and of.
Synonyms for playfellow in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for playfellow. 1 synonym for playfellow: playmate. What are synonyms for playfellow. “On Sunday evening Bob Corrigan died from pneumonia and the boys of Carroll Hall lost a playfellow who will be sadly missed,” read the obituary in The Notre Dame Scholastic a few days later.
Bobby Corrigan was one of the minims, young boys attending a boarding school on campus in that era. Other deaths would follow. The secret book was one he had found in the attic among Ma's things—secret things maybe, for the trunk had been locked, and perhaps he oughtn't to have used the key he'd found in Ma's room.
As he had done many times since finding the book, he looked at the words on its title page: THE BOOK OF STORY BEGINNINGS. There was a verse beneath the title/5(14).I, Robot is a classic science fiction book in the sense that it takes some technology that doesn't exist and asks, "what would life be like if we did have this?"The big technology in I, Robot is robots, of course (not "I," which would be hilarious—"we've invented the first person pronoun!
Oh no, it's attacking us!"); but there are also little glimmers throughout the book of new technology.Super Science Stories was an American pulp science fiction magazine published by Popular Publications from andand again from to Popular launched it under their "Fictioneers" imprint, which they used for magazines paying writers less than one cent per word.