World's Spring (Best of Soviet Science Fiction)

October 29, 2020
World's Spring (Best of Soviet Science Fiction)

Recent Soviet science-fiction stories display a variety of viewsof alien and parallel worlds, space and time, and man's fears andhopes for the future.Table of ContentsVladimir Gakov - IntroductionPART ONESPACE: AMID THE STARS—AND ON EARTHDmitri Bilenkin - The Surf of MarsGenrikh Altov - The Port of Rock StormsVictor Kolupaev - World’s SpringGenrikh Altov - Nine MinutesPART TWOTHE FUTURE—FEARS AND HOPESAnatoly Dneprov - The World in Which I VanishedIlya Varshavsky - The Sun Sets in DonomagSever Gansovsky - Testing GroundsGerman Maksimov - The Ultimate ThresholdDmitri Bilenkin - City and WolfKirill Bulychev - An Ugly BioformVictor Kolupaev - The Very Biggest HousePART THREEPARALLEL WORLDS: SP/^CE \ND TIMEAndrei Balabukha - AppendixGennady Gor - The Great Actor JonesAlexander Gorbovsky - The Stanislavsky MethodMarietta Chudakova - Life SpacePART FOURALIENS: HUMAN AND NONHUMANSever Gansovsky - Day of WrathDmitri Bilenkin - Once at NightKirill Bulychev - The ChoiceVladimir Grigorev - An Old Robot’s Two Times TwoAlexander Gorbovsky - Coincidence