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New Soviet Science Fiction (Macmillan's best of Soviet science fiction)

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HASH(0x900cc8a0) out of 5 stars Old "new" soviet science fiction 25 Jun. 2015
By Keith T Gibson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
These stories are just not very impressive; some of them are ok, while others are barely science fiction at all, but certainly none of them are memorable. Basically, the longer a story is, the better it is. Most of the stories were taking place in the near future (at the time of writing, that is)
1 • The Violet • shortstory by Ilya Varshavsky (1966)
• 9 • The Duel • shortstory by Ilya Varshavsky (1963)
• 15 • Plot for a Novel • shortstory by Ilya Varshavsky (1971)
• 28 • Escape • (1973) • shortstory by Ilya Varshavsky (1968)
• 42 • Share It With Me • (1979) • shortstory by Kir Bulychev (1970)
• 54 • Personality Probe • novelette by Dmitri Bilenkin (1978)
• 75 • Theocrates' Blue Window • novelette by Gennady Gor (1968)
• 97 • Cheap Sale • shortstory by Vladlen Bakhnov (1970)
• 105 • Beware of the Ahs! • shortstory by Vladlen Bakhnov (1968)
• 115 • Formula for Immortality • (1963) • novelette by Anatoly Dnieprov (1962)
• 141 • Success Algorithm • novelette by Vladimir Savchenko (1964)
• 192 • The Pale Neptune Equation • novelette by Mikhail Yemtsev and Yeremey Parnov (1963)
• 232 • The Friar of Chikola • novelette by Vadim Shefner (1971)
• 254 • A Provincial's Wings • novelette by Vadim Shefner (1966)
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HASH(0x8fb0d444) out of 5 stars In Soviet Union, book reviews You!! 9 Dec. 2010
By Scott Rawlings - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Okay, seriously. I picked this book up around 1997 I think, at Twice Sold Tales in Seattle. I got it mostly to be iconoclastic, I think, and because I was curious about what sort of stories the Russians told themselves about the future. I mean, you get to learn about a culture though its fantacies, right? Isn't that what Thrawn said? I'm afraid it's mostly a dissapointment, I found a lot of the stories to be overly short and simplistic, and I had a sense that I was loosing something in the translation. I'm going to hang on to it though and leaf through it on rainy nights. When you're a kid during the waning years of the Cold War you can't help but have a morbid curiosity about what was going on behind the Iron Curtain and this is an interesting peak at what got past the censors.
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