American Science Fiction: Eight Classic Novels of the 1960s. Gary K. Wolfe.

American Science Fiction: Eight Classic Novels of the 1960s

Library of America:
New York: 2019
Two volumes, Hardcovers, New in dust jackets and slipcase,
1500 pp.


“Here, in a deluxe, two-volume collector's set, editor Gary K. Wolfe gathers eight wildly inventive novels, the decade's best: Daniel Keyes' beloved Flowers for Algernon and Poul Anderson's madcap The High Crusade; Clifford D. Simak's Hugo Award-winning Way Station; Roger Zelazny's post-apocalyptic . . . And Call Me Conrad (previously published as This Immortal); Joanna Russ' Picnic on Paradise, a pioneering work of feminist SF, and Samuel R. Delany's proto-cyberpunk space opera Nova; R.A. Lafferty's quirky, neglected, utterly original Past Master; and Jack Vance's haunting Emphyrio.” #64657

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