|Caviar (1955) [Collection]|
by Theodore Sturgeon
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(From the publisher):
This is a collection of Sturgeon's premier stories—a collection that is indeed caviar both in quality and rarity. Here you will read of a mysterious genius on an Atlantic island and his far-flung influence on the world; of an ignorant man's remarkable surgical experience with an injured girl; of lovers plagued by a poltergeist; of the macabre results of a child's fancy; of a planet that is in itself evil. In short, you will enter one of the most remarkable realms of imagination in our time—the domain of Theodore Sturgeon. And not the least of your rewards will be the enjoyment of writing that is, by any standards, outstanding powerful, vivid and moving.
- Bright Segment
- Microcosmic God
- Ghost of a Chance
- Shadow, Shadow on the Wall
Original title: Caviar
Genre: Fiction→ Science Fiction
The following works are contained within this one:
Microcosmic God (1941) [Novelette]
Author: Theodore Sturgeon