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  • James Tiptree Jr.

    10,000 Light-Years From Home

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    Written under the pseudonym James Tiptree Jr., the pioneering and outlandish tales of Alice B. Sheldon are some of the greatest science fiction short stories of the twentieth century, telling of dystopian chases, alien sex and the loneliness of the universe.Paperback: 368 PagesProduct Dimensions: 111 x 181 mmISBN: 9780241469231Published by Penguin Books

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  • David Lindsay

    A Voyage To Arcturus

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    Following one man's journey from earth to an alien landscape of ethereal beauty and existential terror, A Voyage to Arcturus is a profound questioning of the nature of evil. Dreamlike and philosophical, this landmark cult novel has influenced generations of writers. Paperback: 384 PagesProduct Dimensions: 111 x 181 mmISBN: 9780241441589 Published by Penguin Books

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  • George S. Schuyler

    Black No More

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    Telling the extraordinary story of a mysterious process that can turn black skin white in 1930s America, Black No More is a pioneering and caustic work of Black speculative fiction from one of the great Harlem Renaissance authors. Paperback: 224 PagesProduct Dimensions: 111 x 181 mmISBN: 9780241505724 Published by Penguin Books

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  • Kurt Vonnegut

    Cat's Cradle

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    This bitterly funny Cold War satire on the end of the world expresses our deepest fears of Armageddon, and has become a counter-culture classic.Paperback: 240 PagesProduct Dimensions: 111 x 181 mmISBN: 9780241467985Published by Penguin Books

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  • Robert Sheckley

    Dimensions Of Miracles

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    This madcap cosmic farce relates the adventures of the hapless human Carmody, as he attempts to make his way home to Earth after winning the grand prize in the Intergalactic Sweepstake, encountering parallel worlds, incompetent bureaucrats and talking dinosaurs on the way.Paperback: 208 PagesProduct Dimensions: 111 x 181 mmISBN: 9780241472491Published by Penguin Books

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  • Samuel R. Delany

    Driftglass

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    Samuel Delany is one of the most radical and influential science fiction writers of our age, who reinvented the genre with his fearless explorations of race, class and gender. Driftglass is the definitive volume of his stories, featuring neutered space travellers, telepathy, Hells Angels and genetically modified amphibious workers. Paperback: 400 PagesProduct Dimensions: 111 x 181 mmISBN: 9780241510575 Published by Penguin Books

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  • Edwin A. Abbott

    Flatland

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    The book that influenced writers from Carl Sagan to Stephen Hawking, Flatland is set in a two-dimensional world where life exists only in lines and shapes - until one of its inhabitants, 'A. Square', has his perspective transformed forever. This brilliantly eccentric classic is an invitation to see beyond our own reality.Paperback: 160 PagesProduct Dimensions: 111 x 181 mmISBN: 9780241441572Published by Penguin Books

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  • Anna Kavan

    Ice

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    Set in a frozen world that is gradually being devastated by ever-encroaching ice, Anna Kavan's masterwork follows one man's pursuit of a mysterious silver-haired girl to the ends of the earth; to the end of everything. Paperback: 176 PagesProduct Dimensions: 111 x 181 mmISBN: 9780241441565 Published by Penguin Books

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  • Harry Harrison

    Make Room! Make Room!

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    The planet's population has exploded and resources are stretched to breaking point. And, in a sweltering, overcrowded New York City of 35 million desperate inhabitants, a police detective must try to solve a murder. The basis of the cult film Soylent Green, this eerily prophetic novel is a nightmarish vision of a world in meltdown. Paperback: 320 PagesProduct Dimensions: 129 x 198 mmISBN: 9780241507704 Published by Penguin Books

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  • Arkady and Boris Strugatsky

    One Billion Years To The End Of The World

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    This mordantly funny and provocative tale from Soviet Russia's leading science fiction writers is the story of astrophysicist Dmitri Malianov. As he reaches a major breakthrough, he finds himself plagued by interruptions, from a mysterious crate of vodka to a glamorous woman on his doorstep. Is the Universe trying to tell him something?Paperback: 176 PagesProduct Dimensions: 111 x 181 mmISBN: 9780241472477Published by Penguin Books

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  • Adam Wiśniewski-Snerg

    Robot

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    'We have given you life... so that you could discover a fraction of the great secret.' Is BER-66 a human or a robot? His controllers, known as 'the Mechanism,' tell him he is a living machine, programmed to gather information on the inhabitants of the strange underground world he finds himself in. But as he penetrates its tunnels and locked rooms, encountering mysterious doppelgangers and a petrified city, he comes closer to the truth of his existence. Considered one of the most important Pol...

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  • Olaf Stapledon

    Star Maker

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    A lasting influence on successive generations of science fiction writers and on the physicist Freeman Dyson, this poetic, philosophical tale of one man's unexpected voyage through the universe is imbued with a sense of mystery and vast cosmic loneliness. Paperback: 352 PagesProduct Dimensions: 111 x 181 mmISBN: 9780241442975 Published by Penguin Books

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  • Kōbō Abe

    The Ark Sakura

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    Translated by Juliet Winters Carpenter In this unnerving fable from one of Japan's greatest novelists, a recluse known as 'Mole' retreats to a vast underground bunker, only to find that strange guests, booby traps and a giant toilet may prove even greater obstacles than nuclear disaster. Paperback: 384 PagesProduct Dimensions: 111 x 181 mmISBN: 9780241454589 Published by Penguin Books

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  • H. P. Lovecraft

    The Colour Out Of Space

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    The master of weird fiction, H. P. Lovecraft combines cosmic fantasy with creeping horror in these three tales of malevolent alien forces, body-switching and travel across the space-time continuum.Paperback: 240 PagesProduct Dimensions: 111 x 181 mmISBN: 9780241443934Published by Penguin Books

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  • Stanislaw Lem

    The Cyberiad

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    One of the world's most beloved science fiction writers, Stanislaw Lem was famed for his wryly comic, outlandish imaginings of the relationship between humans and technology. In this playful cosmic fantasia, two 'constructors' compete to dream up ever-more ingenious inventions in a universe beyond reality.Paperback: 352 PagesProduct Dimensions: 111 x 181 mmISBN: 9780241467992Published by Penguin Books

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  • Andreas Eschbach

    The Hair Carpet Weavers

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    In a distant universe, since the beginning of time, workers have spent their lives weaving intricate carpets from the hair of women and girls. But why? Andreas Eschbach's mysterious, poignant space opera explores the absurdity of work and of life itself.Paperback: 320 PagesProduct Dimensions: 111 x 181 mmISBN: 9780241454718Published by Penguin Books

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  • Angélica Gorodischer

    Trafalgar

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    Part pulp adventure, part otherworldly meditation, this is the story of Trafalgar Medrano: intergalactic trader and lover of bitter coffee and black cigarettes. In the bars and cafes of Rosario, Argentina, he recounts tall tales of his space escapades - involving, among other things, time travel and dancing troglodytes.Paperback: 256 PagesProduct Dimensions: 111 x 181 mmISBN: 9780241467961Published by Penguin Books

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  • Robert Sheckley

    Untouched By Human Hands

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    These surreal, elegantly witty tales from one of the most esteemed writers of science fiction encompass indignant aliens, stranded space explorers, shapeshifters, a company that manufactures designer planets and a deadly hunting game in far-future New York. Paperback: 208 PagesProduct Dimensions: 111 x 181 mmISBN: 9780241473023 Published by Penguin Books

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  • James Tiptree Jr.

    Warm Worlds And Otherwise

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    This landmark collection of short stories shows the feminist pioneer James Tiptree Jr. at her most inventive and daring. Here a fake girl becomes a living advertisement, women choose alien invaders over the men of Earth, a creature discovers that love means death and a pandemic engulfs the planet. Paperback: 272 PagesProduct Dimensions: 111 x 181 mmISBN: 9780241509753 Published by Penguin Books

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    Yevgeny Zamyatin

    We

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    The dystopian masterwork that inspired George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four, We depicts a futuristic totalitarian society, 'OneState', where humans have become numbers. Suppressed in Russia for decades, it is a chilling vision of a world enslaved by technology.Paperback: 272 PagesProduct Dimensions: 111 x 181 mmISBN: 9780241458747Published by Penguin Books

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