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Time and the Riddle: Thirty-One Zen Stories…
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Time and the Riddle: Thirty-One Zen Stories (edició 2011)

de Howard Fast (Autor)

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A collection of Fast's best short fiction, from science fiction and fantasy to philosophy and suspense This collection of short stories encompasses twenty years of work by Howard Fast, including some of his best-known and most treasured tales. Not merely fantasy or science fiction, these "Zen stories" explore the world's mysterious and unanswerable questions, big and small, and the results are at once bizarre, humorous, chilling, and poignant. An American general shoots down what appears to be an angel during a Vietnam War battle, a celebrated author becomes a hunted man, and a mouse is granted human thought and emotion by a group of alien beings. The thirty-one stories in Time and the Riddle showcase Fast's range and supreme talent as a storyteller. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Howard Fast including rare photos from the author's estate.… (més)
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Títol:Time and the Riddle: Thirty-One Zen Stories
Autors:Howard Fast (Autor)
Informació:Open Road Media Sci-Fi & Fantasy (2011), 490 pages
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Not a bad book, but not a great one either. The stories are very lean, which I appreciate; but they're also quite flat and didactic, which I don't appreciate. They seem rushed, unfinished, obvious—someone like Bradbury could pull off a slice of surreal life by wielding magical poetry, but Fast just doesn't have those chops. ( )
  mrgan | Oct 30, 2017 |
I actually read this book in high school and told them I lost it so I could buy it fro them. The stories in this book though written in the 1950's are still thought provoking. Howard Fast proved to be a brilliant writer and his short stories can not be beaten. ( )
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A collection of Fast's best short fiction, from science fiction and fantasy to philosophy and suspense This collection of short stories encompasses twenty years of work by Howard Fast, including some of his best-known and most treasured tales. Not merely fantasy or science fiction, these "Zen stories" explore the world's mysterious and unanswerable questions, big and small, and the results are at once bizarre, humorous, chilling, and poignant. An American general shoots down what appears to be an angel during a Vietnam War battle, a celebrated author becomes a hunted man, and a mouse is granted human thought and emotion by a group of alien beings. The thirty-one stories in Time and the Riddle showcase Fast's range and supreme talent as a storyteller. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Howard Fast including rare photos from the author's estate.

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