Russian Science Fiction

Russian Science Fiction Written during the height of the Cold War these eleven science fiction short stories are from some of the sharpest minds in the U S S R disguised as fantasy responses to their society that were not o

  • Title: Russian Science Fiction
  • Author: Robert Magidoff Doris Johnson Alexander Romanovich Belyaev Viktor Stěpanovič Saparin E. Zelikovich Vadim Okhotnikov Ivan Efremov Mikhail Vasilyev
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 397
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Written during the height of the Cold War, these eleven science fiction short stories are from some of the sharpest minds in the U.S.S.R disguised as fantasy responses to their society that were not officially permissable in Soviet literature during those secretive, suspicious and unsettled times The stories and authors are Invisible Light by Alexander Belyaev TheWritten during the height of the Cold War, these eleven science fiction short stories are from some of the sharpest minds in the U.S.S.R disguised as fantasy responses to their society that were not officially permissable in Soviet literature during those secretive, suspicious and unsettled times The stories and authors are Invisible Light by Alexander Belyaev The Magic Shoes by Victor Saparin A Dangerous Invention by E Zelikovich The Fiction Machines by Vadim Okhotnikov Shadows of the Past by Ivan Yefremov Cor Serpentis The HEart of the Serpent by Ivan Yefremov Flying Flowers by Mikhail Vasilyev The Maxwell Equations by Anatoly Dnieprov The Astronaut by Valentina Zhuravleva A New Year s Fairy Tale by Vladimir Dudintsev and Appendix On the Moon by Konstantin Tsiolkovsky.

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