Additional annotation by DGH updated 8/20/97
Additional book information added by Ron Larson from 5/7/1999 to 1/7/2000


The GREGG PRESS Science Fiction Series
1975-1985 Complete
a Preliminary Annotated Checklist

by
David G. Hartwell
Copyright © 1997 by David G. Hartwell


Binding: 5.625 x 8.25, Green buckram with gold letters on red background, no dust jacket, 144 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2376-2
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Binding: 5.625 x 8.25, Brick red cloth with white lettering, Rose colored dust jacket with black illustration, 213 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2528-5
Binding: 5.625 x 8.25, Brick red cloth with white lettering, Rose colored dust jacket with black illustration, 160 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2524-2
Binding: 5.625 x 8.25, Brick red cloth with white lettering, Rose colored dust jacket with black illustration, 203 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2526-9
Binding: 5.625 x 8.25, Brick red cloth with white lettering, Rose colored dust jacket with black illustration, 225 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2527-7
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Binding: 5.625 x 8.25, Green buckram with gold letters on red background, no dust jacket, 176 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2353-3
Binding: 5.625 x 8.25, Brick red cloth with white lettering, Rose colored dust jacket with black illustration, 141 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2525-0
Binding: 5.625 x 8.25, Black buckram with silver lettering, Black and White dust jacket, 210 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2521-8
Binding: 5.625 x 8.25, Green buckram with gold lettering on red background, no dust jacket, 160 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2326-6
Binding: 5.625 x 8.25, Burnt orange buckram with gold lettering, beige and brown dust jacket, 221 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2412-2
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Binding: 5.625 x 8.25, Burnt orange buckram with gold lettering, beige and brown dust jacket, 144 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2428-9
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Binding: 5.625 x 8.25, Green buckram with gold lettering on red background, no dust jacket, 77 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2349-5
Binding: 5.5 x 8.625, Black cloth with silver lettering, Colorful dust jacket, 312 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2900-0, $13.95
Binding: 5.5 x 8.625, Black cloth with silver lettering, Colorful dust jacket, 373 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2901-9, $13.95
Binding: 5.5 x 8.625, Black cloth with silver lettering, Colorful dust jacket, 345 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2902-7, $13.95
Binding: 5.5 x 8.625, Black cloth with silver lettering, Colorful (black spine and rear panel) dust jacket, 480 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2899-3, $14.95
Binding: 5.625 x 8.25, Gray buckram with black lettering, dark multicolor dust jacket, 186 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2486-6
Binding: 5.625 x 8.25, Gray buckram with black lettering, dark multicolor dust jacket, 191 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2489-0
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Binding: 5.625 x 8.25, Black cloth with silver lettering, dark multicolor dust jacket, 192 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2889-6 $11.95
This is the first American hardcover edition of a masterpiece of contemporary science fiction which is considered by many to be the greatest single science fiction novel ever written. First and foremost it is the classic pyrotechnic science fiction novel, with a plot structured like a series of rapidly exploding firecrackers building to a brilliant and literally mind-blowing climax. The theme is that of a man who becomes superhuman in his desire for vengeance. Gulliver Foyle, the only surviving crew-member of a space ship in wartime manages to keep himself alive in space until he is finally sighted by a passing vehicle. The vehicle fails to stop, and Gulliver is transformed into a possessed genius/monster. He pursues his deserter. coming into conflict with the richest man in the solar system. the shrewdest police detective and the best-paid lawyer. Gulliver's chase gives him a special education in a society gone mad that will enable him to re-shape civilization after the war. Full of literary references to Rimbaud, Joyce, Blake and Swift, The Stars My Destination is not only a science fiction classic but a significant work of modern literature as well.

[We chose to use the later, significantly revised US text of the Signet edition (New York, 1957) rather than the earlier UK text of Tiger, Tiger. The four line poem from which the title of the US edition is taken is not, for instance, in the UK text. The Gregg edition was reprinted two or three times]

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Karel Capek is one of the most important science fiction writers of the twentieth century, carrying on the legacy of Jules Verne and Edgar Allan Poe in his use of accurate scientific and technological detail, as well as adding the social dimension of H. G. Wells. He also has the distinction of introducing the word, "robot," into the language in his play "R.U.R" (Rossum's Universal Robots) written in the 1920s. Capek's novels are noteworthy for the strong satirical vein that underlies their "scientification" and nowhere is this more evident than in his best novel, War With the Newts. This dystopian satire involves the discovery of intelligent, humanoid Salamanders in the south seas, who are bred as workers and become slaves, but who develop their own fascist society and finally revolt, bringing about the downfall of civilization.

Binding: 5.625 x 8.25, Green buckram with gold lettering on red background, no dust jacket, 368 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2301-0, $15.00
Binding: 8.75 x 11.25, Dark blue buckram with gold lettering, no dust jacket, 580 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2441-6
Binding: 5.625 by 8.25, Black buckram with silver lettering, Black and white dust jacket, 209 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2516-1
Binding: 5.625 x 8.25, Black buckram with silver lettering, no dust jacket, 240 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2509-9
Binding: 5.625 x 8.25, Brick red buckram with gold lettering on red background, no dust jacket, 256 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2426-2
Binding: 5.625 x 8.25, Green buckram with gold lettering on red background, no dust jacket, 221 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2567-6
Binding: 5.625 x 8.25, Green buckram with gold lettering on red background, no dust jacket, 222 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2327-4
Binding: 5.625 x 8.25, Green buckram with gold lettering on red background, no dust jacket, 189 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2373-8
Binding: 5.625 x 8.25, Green buckram with gold lettering on red background, no dust jacket, 324 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2350-9
Binding: 5.5 x 8.625, Black cloth with silver lettering, Black dust jacket with color art, 220 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2935-3, $11.95
Binding: 5.5 x 8.625, Black cloth with silver lettering, Color dust jacket, 207 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2931-0 $11.95
Binding: 5.125 x 8, Black cloth with silver lettering, Black dust jacket with color art, 191 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2830-6, $10.95
Binding: 5.5 x 8.625, Black cloth with silver lettering, Black dust jacket with color art, 402 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2840-3, $13.95
Edgar Allan Poe's Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym, an imaginary voyage, is considered unfinished by some scholars and the Gregg Press Science Fiction Series includes the texts of two completions of it. This first one begins where Poe leaves off: Pym and his companion Peters have been propelled in their canoe by a strange current into a region of novelty and wonder on the Souther horizon. In A Strange Discovery, Peters, on his deathbed, recounts his adventures with Pym on the utopian island of Hili-li where they are befriended by the Hili-lites who are descendants of the fourth-century Romans. Pym falls in love with the exquisite Lilama but their romance is cut short by her death in a "strange thermal phenomenon". Pym and Peters are permitted to leave the island but Pym dies before he can return. Dake's novel is significant not only for its relation to Poe - it scientifically explains the elements Poe left to the supernatural - but also as a fine example of the "lost race" science fiction that grew out of the work of H. Rider Haggard at the end of the nineteenth century.

Binding: 5.625 x 8.25, Green buckram with gold lettering on a red background, no dust jacket, 310 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2302-9 $14.00
Title pages says new introductions by Pierre Versins and Marc Angenot but the introduction by Pierre Versins is reproduced from the DAW Books edition.

Binding: 5.625 x 8.25, Green buckram with gold lettering on red background, no dust jacket, 191 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2324-X
Binding: 5.625 x 8.25, Black cloth with silver lettering, Black and white dust jacket, 217 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2518-8
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Binding: 5.5 x 8.625, Black cloth with silver lettering, Color dust jacket, 256 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2933-7 $11.95
Combines the Paingod and Other Delusions and I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream

Binding: 5.625 x 8.25, Mustard yellow buckram with gold lettering on black background, no dust jacket, 316 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2411-4
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Binding: 5.5 x 8.625, Black cloth with silver lettering, color dust jacket, 253 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2885-3 $11.95
Binding: 5.625 x 8.25, Green buckram with gold lettering on red background, no dust jacket, 154 pages, ISBN 0-8398-2333-9
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This early work of science fiction, first published in the collection Camperdown (1836), continues to retain its interest because Mary Griffith's utopian vision was uncannily accurate. She saw the direction American society in her time, found it good and considered the possibilities for progress from what we would now consider the point of view of a political liberal. In equating utopia with a better America, she used her knowledge of contemporary scientific developments to imagine a future capitalistic society. Her utopian America is a Christian society based on continued industrial and technological growth, supported by something very like a graduated income tax. The problems she deals with in Three Hundred Years Hence are as relevant now as they were in her day: small matters, such as the pollution by dogs in cities, and the larger social issues, such as religous freedom, racism and women's rights. The present edition is a facsimile reproduction of the 1950 Prime Press edition, with corrections and a new preface.

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This is the first American edition of the earliest single-author collection of pulp magazine science fiction to appear in book form. When it was published in 1936, Edmond Hamilton's work was ten years ahead of its time. Not until after World War II did pulp-spawned science fiction begin to find the respectability that warranted hardcover editions. From the publication of the first issue of Amazing Stories by Hugo Gernsback in April 1926, the pulp science fiction writers began to blaze new trails in time and space, taking off from the science fiction giants of the nineteenth century, Jules Verne and H. G. Wells. The Horror of the Asteriod is a treasure chest of many of these trails. The title story tells of the experiences of survivors of a wrecked space ship on an asteriod. The Accursed Galaxy is a tale of alien forces enduring over billions of years. The Man Who Say Everthing and The Man Who Evolved are typical of the genius scientist stories of the period, and the "lost city" story is represented in The Monster-God of Mamurth. A quite unique idea for the time - that the earth has a brain - is presented in a extremely credible and chilling story, The Earth Brain, in which the explorer who discovers the geological intelligence in pursued around the world by earthquakes.

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The Land of the Change Sun conforms in general to the conventions of the late 19th-century "lost race" novel, but is significant for its unique treatment of the form. The characteristic blend of science fiction themes -imaginary voyage, utopia and wonderful inventions - is used by Harben to advance his plot and render the narrative plausible, rather than to expound scientific theories, usually the case at the time. Harben's novel released science fiction from its didactic confines with a delightfully imaginative and exciting story. Two explorers marooned by a balloon accident on a barren island discover the underground civilization of the Alphans which is full of scientific and cultural wonders, including a mechanical sun that changes color every hour. One of the explorers is exiled, and the twists and turns of the plot involve his escape attempts and the efforts of his companion and the Alphan king's daughter to rescue him. The climax occurs when a subterranean lake spills over into an air vent, making the destruction of the Alphan civilization inevitable.

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Fritz Lang's film Metropolis (1927) is one of the greatest works of science fiction on film of the early modern period. It is the first successful attempt to present a science-fictional future society on the screen, and combines the details of a highly mechanized, spectacularly scientific civilization with epic adventure. This novelization of the movie, written by its star (who was also Lang's wife), was first published in London and appears here for the first time in the United States in a clothbound volume. It offers a uniquely valuable aid to the study of the film, and to the relationship of written science fiction to the science fiction film. The Gregg Press edition includes several stills from the film.

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Original collection of sf stories reprinted from 19th and early 20th century books. The Secret of Apollonius Septrio by Leonard Kip, The Repairer of Reputations by Robert W. ChAmbers, The Monster Maker by W. C. Morrow, The Battle of the Monsters by Morgan Robertson, A Thousand Deaths by Jack London, The End of the World by Simon Newcomb, The Battle for the Pacific: Sorakichi - Prometheus by Rowan Stevens, and Harry Border's Naval Monster: A Ship of the Air by William J. Henderson.

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Mizora is a late nineteenth-century example of utopian fiction recently discovered by Stuart A. Teitler. Mary Bradley Lane's utopia has particular relevance today: it is a woman's dream of total control - not only of her own body, mind and soul, but of her whole environment. Vera Zarovitch is an unconventional and adventurous Victorian lady who discovers Mizora after escaping from political exile in Siberia. She is shocked to find that there are no men in Mizora and that the exceptionally high level of Mizoran technology - including air ships, telephones and image transmitters - has been achieved by female minds alone. Machines perform all arduous physical labor. Romantic love is considered a degradation and the only intense emotion felt by Mizorans is the love between mothers and daughters. The "secret of life" has been found, enabling Mizorans to dispense with "the offspring of lust". Even the most ardent of today's feminists may well be dismayed by this artificial environment and by the Mizorans' utter rejection of sexuality. But as an uncompromising vision of absolute female power, Mizora is probably unique in the history of English literature and a testament to the boundless imagination and social concern to be found in science fiction.

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George Locke perpetrated his Moon Hoax on the public to increase the circulation of his newspaper, the New York Sun, in the fall of 1835. Such was his skill in depicting a civilization on the moon (based on the advanced race of winged people in Robert Paltock's Peter Wilkins), that the hoax was immediately printed as a pamphlet and became a popular fictional work, as well as an obvious influence on Poe's Balloon Hoax. Locke's hoax achieved its credibility through a careful use of contemporary scientific and technological detail to create a sense of realism, although Locke did make some errors which Poe points out in his Note appended to Hans Pfaal, included in this volume. The Gregg Press edition reproduces the longer 1854 edition of the The Moon Hoax, together with several important contemporary reviews and a detailed new historical introduction.

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Jack London is one of a number of important American authors who wrote science fiction in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. His works include future war stories, social projections, wonderful inventions and evolutionary fantasies. This original anthology includes London's famous short novels: The Scarlet Plague, a post-catastrophe story in which the lone survivor of a terrible plague in the twenty-first century unsuccessully tries to warn the youth of a primitive tribe about man's potential for self-destruction; and The Red One, which concerns an alien object, perhaps a spaceship, which came to earth thousands of years ago and is still worshipped by savages as a God. Nine shorter science fiction pieces round out the anthology to demonstrate London's very definite place in the history and development of science fiction.

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Since its publication in 1959, A Canticle for Leibowitz has become one of a small handful of truly enduring modern science fiction novels. What is the reason for its sustained appeal? On a straightforward level it is that rarity, a genuine Catholic sience fiction novel, though it is in no way an orthodox tract. Set in a monastery in the American Southwest after nuclear war has created a new dark age, the novel concerns the efforts of the Order of St. Leibowitz to preserve knowledge of tecknology over the centuries, within the church, and later from the re-emergent state as civilization undergoes a renaissance. The central theme of the novel - the spiritual, moral and temporal relationships between church and state - leads to a host of other theological and philosophical questions after the technology has brought about a second nuclear holocaust. Indeed it is its philosophical ambiguities - questions posed not to be answered but to generate new questions - that raise A Canticle for Leibowitz to the level of art.

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Author's name misspelled on spine (Robert Scheckley)

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Mary Shelly's position in the foundation of science fiction has gained increasing recognition - indeed she is now considered to have written one of the first recognizable science fiction novels in Frankenstein. This scarce collection of her short fiction includes such important stories as The Transformation and the The Mortal Immortal, as well as a number of works in the Gothic and romantic tradition to illustrate the fictional concerns and stylistic elements that mark her development as a science fiction novelist. Mary Shelly was undeniably the creator of the two greatest myths of the industrial age: the fabrication of life - monstrous life - in the laboratory; and in The Last Man, the vision of the end of the world as a natural, not supernatural, catastrophe. No collection of science fiction is complete without Mary Shelly.

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Contains Twillight by John W. Campbell, Jr., The Enchanted Village by A. E. Van Vogt, Helen O'Loy by Lester del Rey, Nightfall by Isaac Asimov, The Star by Arthur C. Clarke, Affair with a Green Monkey by Theodore Sturgeon, Stranger Station by Damon Knight, The Cold Equations by Tom Godwin, The Marching Morons by C. M. Kornbluth, 5,271,009 by Alfred Bester, The Voices of Time by J. C. Ballard, The Pleasure Garden of Felipe Sagittarius by Michael Moorcock, No Direction Home by Norman Spinrad, Descending by Thomas M. Disch, For a Breath I Tarry by Roger Zelazny, Don't Wash the Carats by Philip Jose Farmer, Faith of Our Fathers by Philip K. Dick, Aye, and Gomorrah by Samuel R. Delany, At the Mouse Circus by Harlan Ellison, In Entropy's Jaws by Robert Silverberg, and Nine Lives by Ursula K. Le Guin.

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Olaf Stapledon is one of the most significant modern science fiction writers, ranking with H. G. Wells, Karel Capek, and Eugene Zamiatin - yet he has been as neglected as he is influential. The silence about his achievement may well stem from Stapledon's "heresies", for he was both a serious and completely independent thinker, a thorn in the side of anyone wedded to orthodoxy. This huge omnibus of Stapledon's fiction includes five of his major novels: Last and First Men, Star Maker, Odd John, Sirius, and The Flames. It accords Stapledon the recognition he deserves and offers a one-volume source for the enjoyment and study of a writer who stands unequailed in the science fiction field.

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Hawk's Authors' Pseudonyms II lists W. J. Stuart as being a pseudonym of Philip MacDonald.

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This remarkable novel represents a major development in the post-catastrophe story, descended from Mary Shelly's The Last Man (1826) and M. P. Shiel's The Purple Cloud (1900). The Doomsman is a penetrating exploration of a primitive, post-disaster society that has regressed to feudalism and barbarism. About 1925, the Terror, a msyterious plague, strikes throughout the world, and only the city of New York survives. The Doomsmen, descendants of criminals released during the Terror, eventually take over the city, and the plot centers around the conflict between Constans (descended from the middle class of pre-catastrophe society) and Doomsman Quinton Edge. In the end, a giant dynamo that has been preserved through the generations and wired to the city, explodes, causing a devastating fire that kills Quinton and the Doomsman, and opens the door to the return of civilization.

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The utopia Chauncy Thomas describes in The Crystal Button may seem a remarkable vision for a late nineteenth-century Boston carriage-manufacturer writing in his spare time. His hero, Paul Prognosis, goes into a coma for ten years after an accident and dreams that he is in the city of Tone (new Boston) in 4872, three thousand years in the future. It is a highly sanitized, perfectly organized world with sumptuous architecture - colonnades, triumphal arches, facades alive with sculptured decorations. Paul is filled with wonder by the way things work, and much of the novel is devoted to the operations of pure science - Tone's subway system for example, in which electricty and compressed air are the energy sources for rapid transit. Unlike most utopian novelists Thomas does not moralize, though he faces an awkward paradox in the combination of stability and technology: everything must be changed but also remain permanent. All through the novel there are hints of unresolved anxieties which culminates when the comet Veda appears off schedule and destroys the ordered world of Tone, returning Paul to consciousness in the present.

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Originally published under the pseudonym Joseph Atterley. A Voyage to the Moon (1827) and Symzonia (1820) are the two basic works of American fiction from which science fiction developed in the nineteeth century. Tucker's work is the first American interplanetary voyage, and its major contribution was the extended discussion of current scientific theories for their own sake, by the two central characters. The speculative nature of the science in the book caused Poe to comment at length in his Note following Hans Pfaalon the use of "real" science in fiction. Tucker's adventurer discovers a peculiar metal for which the moon has a strong attraction, and he contructs a box out of it. When released from its terrestrial bindings, the box and the adventurer are pulled by antigravity forces to the moon, providing an opportunity for the marvelous descriptionsof the continents and seas of earth during the ascent. This edition of A Voyage to the Moon contains a facsimile of the original 1827 edition as well as an anonymous contemporary review of the novel from the March 1828 American Quarterly Review.

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An Antarctic Mystery is one of Verne's scarcer works of science fiction and a major link in the development of the genre. Conceived as a sequel to Poe's Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym, it is also an independent novel, complete in itself. Verne's story is set eleven years after Pym's voyage and recounts the adventures encountered during an expedition that retraces Pym's travels. Verne's central character, Jeorling, is a man of science who explains Poe's fantasies according to established scientific theories and substitutes new scientific and geographic marvels for Poe's supernatural wonders. It is this difference between the attitudes of Poe and Verne regarding the super-natural that is crucial to the development of science fiction, the inspiration for modern developments in the field. Poe's works lead to H. P. Lovecraft and the fantasy of Ray Bradbury, influential on modern science fiction but not science fiction itself. Apart from its historical significance, An Antarctic Mystery is also a fascinating story. It is typical of Verne's fiction, containing a descriptive account of the expedition replete with data on natural phenomena, a hero who accurately discusses the latest scientific theories and speculations, and a series of exciting episodes and narrow escapes that provide a sense of dramatic conflict.

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Things to Come was the first classic science fiction sound film, as ambitious in its time (1935) as 2001: A Space Odyssey. One of its strong points as a film is the richly ideological screenplay, written by H. G. Wells from his novel, The Shape of Things to Come. It is reprinted here both as an interesting parallel to the novelization of Metropolis and as a work to be studied and appreciated in itself. Wells' panoramic future history dramatizes the clash between social ideas and technological progress, between the romantic and didactic sides of life in practical, material terms; but on the other hand, there must be something more to live for, something noble and transcendant. Wells' answer to this universal human dilemma is in the willingness to sacrifice comfort to creativity - in this case, reaching for the stars in the controversial space venture in the film's finale. This edition of the screenplay contains seventeen stills from the 1935 production, including several previously unpublished.

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Zamiatin's work is the classic projection of a dehumanized totalitarian future. It influenced both Aldus Huxley's Brave New World and George Orwell's 1984 and is in some ways superior to both. Zamiatin is one of the great twentieth-century Russian writers who lived in exile from his homeland; in fact this dystopian novel has never been published in the Soviet Union. We contains the first instance of the hero as a revolutionary in a repressive future society. The Gregg Press edition is a facsimile reprint of the 1959 Dutton paperback edition and includes a new critical afterword, "Critics on Evgeny Zamyatin" by Vasa D. Mihailovich.

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Supplement: G. K. Hall Masters of Science Fiction and Fantasy Series

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(Grateful acknowledgement is made to L. W. Currey and to Ron Larson for their assistance in constructing this list. --DGH)