(Apeman Spaceman) [Read] Ø Leon Stover


I guess 3 stars out of 5 I re read the hard copy that i got read the hard copy that I got those many ears ago when Leon Stover taught my reuired anthropology class at Illinois Tech It s got a few good science fiction stories in it but it was most interesting as a sort of time capsule glimpse at 19501960 worldviews We ve come a long way baby. Illiam C Hall• Omnilingual • Federation • 1 • 1957 • H

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Piper• For Who Follow After • 1951 • Dean McLaughlin• A Preliminary Investigation of an Early Man Site in the Delaware River Valley • 1968 • Charles W Ward and Timothy J O'Leary• Body Ritual Among the Nacirema • 1966 • Horace Miner• The Wait • 1958 • Kit Reed• Everybodyovskyism in Cat City • 1968 • Lao Shaw• The Nine Billion Names of God • 1953 • Arthur C Clarke• The Captives • 1953 • Julian Chain• Men in Space • 1968 • Harold D Lasswell• Of Course • 1954 • Chad Oliver• Afterword • 1968 • Leon E Stover. Book has delighted many but I m glad to be done with it Placeholder review here for The Man Of m glad to be done with it Placeholder review here for The Man Of Year Million by HG Wells which is not a story but a short article or essay postulating what man will be like that far in the future It mostly sticks to physicalbiological changes as opposed to social projections Okay. Len• Throwback • 1949 • L Sprague de Camp• APOLOGY FOR MAN'S PHYSIUE • 1968 • EARNEST A for Man's Physiue • 1968 • Earnest A The Renegade • 1943 • Lester del Rey• Eltonian Pyramid • 1952 • Ralph W Dexter• Goldfish Bowl • 1942 • Robert A Heinlein• The Second Class Citizen • 1963 • Damon Knight• Culture • 1944 • Jerry Shelton• The Man of the Year Million • 1893 • H G Wells• 1000000 AD • 1893 • poem by Anonymous• In the Beginning • 1954 • Morton Klass• The Future of the Races of Man • 1965 • Carleton S Coon• The Kon Tiki Myth • 1960 • Robert C Suggs• A Medal for Horatius • 1955 • Brig Gen ,

An outstanding anthology one of my favourite ever This book confirmed for "Me The Old School " the old school science fiction books really aren t my thing so much so that if ou asked me to even summarise the story of this book I couldn t I read it at 3am in a desperate attempt for something to help me sleep I ve no doubt this. What if Homo Sapiens was just a rather special breed me sleep I ve no doubt this. What if Homo Sapiens was just a rather special breed galactic wild rabbitOr a high class form of goldfish Homo PiscisWhat if he were spiritually inferior to a resurrected version of Neanderthal Man who can even beat him at American footballApeman Spaceman is a collection of anthropological SF stories which all pose the uestion what is man's place in the universe To someone somewhere we are inferior perhaps even unnoticable and et here we are teaching dolphins cheap tricks But one day• Foreword • 1968 • Carleton S Coon• Introduction • 1968 • Leon E Stover and Harry Harrison• Neanderthal • 1956 • poem by Marijane Al. Apeman Spaceman