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Book Information: Piper's Son, the

Piper's Son, the (1945) [Short Story]
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Al Burkhalter is a Baldy, a telepath so called because of the complete lack of body hair shared by all of his kind. Some time after the 'Blowup' -- the population's name for the worldwide nuclear war whose radioactive fallout created the Baldies, civilization is slowly rebuilding itself and attempting to come to grips with a radically altered world. Baldies are feared and hated for their abilities. "The Piper's Son" is a story of one man and his wife and son as they try to make the best of their new world... which seems to be a lot like the old one.

Published in Astounding (February 1945). Reprinted in:

  • Mutant (1953)
  • The Oxford Book of Science Fiction Stories

Original title: The Piper's Son
Original languages: English

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Genre: FictionScience FictionSpecies EvolutionPsionic Powers

This work is a subwork of the following works :
     Oxford Book of Science Fiction Stories, the (1992) [Anthology]
      Authors: Arthur C. Clarke , Ursula K. Le Guin , David Brin , Rudyard Kipling , H. G. Wells , William Gibson , George R. R. Martin , Brian W. Aldiss , Harry Harrison , Frederik Pohl , Cordwainer Smith , Thomas M. Disch , Walter M. Miller, Jr. , Bruce Sterling , James Blish , Larry Niven , A.E. van Vogt , Clifford D. Simak , Norman Spinrad , Paul J. McAuley , J. G. Ballard , Gene Wolfe , Lewis Padgett , Jack Williamson , Raccoona Sheldon , Hilbert Schenck , John W. Campbell , Frank L. Pollock , Stanley G. Weinbaum , James H. Schmitz

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