|Seedling Stars, the (1957) [Collection]|
by James Blish
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(From the publisher):
You didn't make an Adapted Man with just a wave of the wand. It involved an elaborate constellation of techniques, known collectively as pantropy, the changed the human pattern in a man's shape and chemistry before he was born. And the pantropists didn't stop there. education, thoughts, ancestors and the world itself were changed, because the Adapted Men were produced to live and thrive in the alien environments found only in space. they were crucial to a daring plan to colonize the universe
The stories included in this collection are
The four related stories that make up this prescient and ambitious book include 'Surface Tension', widely recognized as one of James Blish's best, and explore just what it is to be human. thought-provoking, skilfully crafted and crammed with ideas, dramas and suspense. The Seedling Stars demonstrates that Blish was one of the most intelligent and visionary of all SF writers.
Original title: The Seedling Stars
Genre: Fiction→ Science Fiction→ Species Evolution→ Bioengineering
The following works are contained within this one:
Surface Tension (1952) [Short Story]
Author: James Blish