The Man Who Ate the World
Ballantine Books, 1960
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A collection of Frederik Pohl's short stories, including:
- The Man Who Ate The World
- The Wizards of Pung's Corners
- The Waging Of Peace
- The Snowmen
- The Day The Icicle Works Closed
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- Antalya Literary Express: Frederik Pohl Kitaplari
The Frederik Pohl Omnibus (1966) [abridged as Survival Kit 1979] "The Man Who Ate the World," 1956 (not in Survival Kit) "The Seven Deadly Virtues," 1958 "The Day the Icicle Works Closed," 1960 (not in Survival Kit)
- The Science Fiction Book Club Reviews Revisited: 1960
Or the Grasses Grow (Avram Davidson) The Man Who Ate the World (Frederik Pohl) The Long Remembering (Poul Anderson) The End of the Beginning (Ray Bradbury) A Work of Art (James Blish) The Cold Green Eye (Jack ...
- The Science Fiction Book Club Reviews Revisited: 1981 (first quarter)
+ o The Man Who Ate the World o Frederik Pohl o nv Galaxy Nov '56 + o Margin of Profit o Poul Anderson o nv Astounding Sep '56 + o The Hook, the Eye and the Whip o Michael G. Coney o nv. Galaxy Mar '74. Just guessing ...
- The Man Who Ate the World ? by Frederik Pohl | Strangely Perfect
Many moons ago I read the short story with the above title. The Man Who Ate the World Although not one of Pohl's best works, it has nevertheless left an.
- Eight Miles Higher: Book Reviews: Two By Frederik Pohl
by FREDERIK POHL. (Granada paperback ? 1978. ISBN 0-586-05211-9). 'There is very little that can be said about Frederik Pohl, except everything' explains Harlan Ellison in 'Dangerous Visions'. Distrust Golden Ages. ... Avenue satire 'The Space Merchants' (1953), or through classic short story collections such as 'The Man Who Ate The World' (1960), 'Gold At The Starbows End' (1972), clear up to relatively recent 'Platinum Pohl: The Collected Best Stories' (2005).
- Book Review: Homegoing ? by Frederik Pohl | Norbert Haupt
I find Pohl's 80s novels (like Syzygy) to be wretched in comparison to his much earlier work (The Man Who Ate the World, Gateway, Merchant's War, etc)? but I like the sound of this one. I'll pick it up if I ever come across it!
- What's your Favorite Frederik Pohl novel, Phyllis (and Alex ...
And then there's ?The Man Who Ate the World,? which gives a whole new dimension to teddy bears. ... All the Lives He Led (978-0-7653-2176-3 / $25.99) by Frederik Pohl will be available from Tor Books on April 12, 2011. ?
- Hugo Nominees: 1957 | Tor.com
... "The Anything Box" by Zenna Henderson, "The Dead Past" by Isaac Asimov, "The Man Who Came Early" by Poul Anderson, "The Man Who Ate the World" by Frederik Pohl, "The Skills of Xanadu" by Theodore Sturgeon.
- Pohl Plus Kornbluth Part 1 | Fantastical Andrew Fox
Writer Andrew Fox introduces a examination of the memorable collaboration of science fiction writers Frederik Pohl and Cyril Kornbluth from the 1950s. ... Pohl's solo novels during this decade included Slave Ship (1956) and Drunkard's Walk ( 1960), and his story collections included Alternating Currents (1956), The Case Against Tomorrow (1957), Tomorrow Times Seven (1959), and The Man Who Ate the World (1960). None of the novels Pohl and Kornbluth wrote ...
- The Man Who Ate the World - Frederik Pohl - Not Free SF Reader
Monday, June 9, 2008. The Man Who Ate the World - Frederik Pohl. Robot problem. 2.5 out of 5. Posted by Blue Tyson at Monday, June 09, 2008. Labels: 2.5, science fiction, t short story. No comments: Post a Comment · Newer Post Older ...
- Science Fiction and Fantasy Reading Experience: Frederick Pohl
"The Day the Icicle Works Closed" Array Galaxy, Feb 1960. The Man Who Ate the World, 1960 --/ fourth place sf novella --/ style award --/ wonder award. Very capable writing, great quality novella. Earth colony planet suffers economic meltdown, ...
- thequacksoflife: And the rain stopped on cue!
I raided the second hand bookshop, picking up two books for a Array1 Frederik Pohl's short story colletion - The Man who ate the World and Stanislaw Lem's The Invincible. Posted by Pete at 7:40 pm · Email ThisBlogThis!Share to ...
- THEY WALKED LIKE MEN By Clifford D. Simak - George Kelley
136 ? Review: The Man Who Ate the World by Frederik Pohl ? review by S. E. Cotts 137 ? . . . Or So You Say (Amazing Stories, October 1960) ? letter column by uncredited. george Post author September 24, 2010 at 7:29 pm.
- Frederik Pohl ? Bibliography | Deyteros.com - ???????? ?a? ???? ...
The Man Who Ate the World (1960) Turn Left at ... The Best of Frederik Pohl (1975) The Early Pohl ... Our Best: The Best of Frederik Pohl and C.M.Kornbluth (1987) The Future ... The Works of Frederik Pohl (5 Stories) (2012) ...
- Potpourri of Science Fiction Literature: 1976: Man Plus (Pohl, Frederik)
admiral.ironbombs March 6, 2012 at 12:51 AM. Look into "The Best of Frederik Pohl." It collects a bunch of his '50s-'60s short stories. I've read about half the stories in it; several were great, and the worst ones were still decent.