The World Treasury of Science Fiction

The World Treasury of Science Fiction

" The World Treasury of Science Fiction " (ISBN 0-31-634941-0) is a science fiction anthology edited by David G. Hartwell, published by Little, Brown and Company in 1989.


* Foreword by Clifton Fadiman
* Introduction by David G. Hartwell
* "Harrison Bergeron" by Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
* "Forgetfulness" by John W. Campbell Jr.
* "Special Flight" by John Berryman
* "Chronopolis" by J. G. Ballard
* "Triceratops" by Kono Tensei
* "The Man Who Lost the Sea" by Theodore Sturgeon
* "On the Inside Track" by Karl Michael Armer
* "The Golem" by Avram Davidson
* "The New Prehistory" by Rene Rebetez-Cortes
* "A Meeting with Medusa" by Arthur C. Clarke
* "The Valley of Echoes" by Gerard Klein
* "The Fifth Head of Cerberus" by Gene Wolfe
* "The Chaste Planet" by John Updike
* "The Blind Pilot" by Nathalie-Charles Henneberg
* "The Men Who Murdered Mohammed" by Alfred Bester
* "Pairpuppets" by Manuel van Loggem
* "Two Dooms" by C.M. Kornbluth
* "Tale of the Computer That Fought a Dragon" by Stanislaw Lem
* "The Green Hills of Earth" by Robert A. Heinlein
* "Ghost V" by Robert Sheckley
* "The Phantam of Kansas" by John Varley
* "Captain Nemo's Last Adventure" by Josef Nesvadba
* "Inconstant Moon" by Larry Niven
* "The Gold at the Starbow's End" by Frederik Pohl
* "A Sign in Space" by Italo Calvino
* "The Spiral" by Italo Calvino
* "The Dead Past" by Isaac Asimov
* "The Lens" by Annemarie van Ewyck
* "The Hurkle is a Happy Beast" by Theodore Sturgeon
* "Zero Hour" by Ray Bradbury
* "Nine Lives" by Ursula Le Guin
* "The Muse" by Anthony Burgess
* "The Public Hating" by Steve Allen
* "Poor Superman" by Fritz Leiber
* "Angouleme" by Thomas M. Disch
* "Stranger Station" by Damon Knight
* "The Dead Fish" by Boris Vian
* "I Was the First to Find You" by Kirill Bulychev
* "The Lineman" by Walter M. Miller Jr.
* "Tlön, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius" by Jorge Luis Borges
* "Codemus" by Tor Age Bringsvaerd
* "A Kind of Artistry" by Brian Aldiss
* "Second Variety" by Philip K. Dick
* "Weihnachtsabend" by Keith Roberts
* "I Do Not Love You, Doctor Fell" by Robert Bloch
* "Aye, and Gomorrah..." by Samuel R. Delany
* "How Erg the Self-inducting Slew a Paleface" by Stanislaw Lem
* "Nobody's Home" by Joanna Russ
* "Party Line" by Gerard Klein
* "The Proud Robot" by Lewis Padgett
* "Vintage Season" by Henry Kuttner and C.L. Moore
* "The Way to Amalteia" by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky


* [ The Locus Index to Science Fiction]
* [ the Internet Book list]

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