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Science fiction From Wikiquote Jump to: navigation , search Science fiction is a genre of fiction . It differs from fantasy in that, within the context of the story , its imaginary elements are largely possible within scientifically -established or scientifically-postulated

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Science fiction on television From Wikiquote Jump to: navigation , search Science fiction first appeared in television programming in the late 1930s. This theme article is a stub . You can help Wikiquote by expanding it . Quotes [ edit ] I do watch a lot of television

A. E. van Vogt print that pageTimeline of A. E. van Vogt

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Alfred Elton van Vogt (/vænvoʊt/; 26 April 1912 – 26 January 2000 ) was a Canadian-born science fiction author regarded as one of the most popular and influential science fiction writers of the mid-twentieth century. Contents 1 Quotes 1.1 The Weapon Shops of Isher (1951

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Roger Zelazny From Wikiquote Jump to: navigation , search Before I discovered science fiction I was reading mythology . And from that I got interested in comparative religion and folklore and related subjects. And when I began writing, it was just a fertile area I could

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Brian Wilson Aldiss ( August 18 , 1925 – August 19 , 2017 ) was an English writer of general fiction and science fiction . Contents 1 Quotes 1.1 Short fiction 1.1.1 Who Can Replace a Man? (1965) 1.2 Outside (1955) 1.3 Let's Be Frank (1957) 1.4 Hothouse (1962)

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– 23 June 2013 ) was an American author and screenwriter, typically of fantasy, horror, or science fiction . See also: The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957 film based on his 1956 novel) The Last Man on Earth (1964 film based on his 1954 novel I Am Legend ) The Omega Man (1971 film

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waters part high over town to let a Leviathan pass." Chapter 29. R Is for Rocket (1962) [ edit ] The stars are yours, if you have the head, the hands, and the heart for them. Introduction. Night had come on like the closing of a great but gentle eye. Here There Be Tygers

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– 6 April 1992 ) was a Russian -born American biochemist who was a prolific writer of both fiction and non fiction , perhaps best remembered for the novels The Foundation Series and I, Robot . Contents 1 Quotes 1.1 General sources 1.2 The Three Laws of Robotics (1942) 1

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and has co-written several novels set in the Star Trek universe. He has also written a series of science fiction novels called TekWar which was adapted for television. Quotes [ edit ] Jason [Alexander] says he was inspired by me. Why is everyone who's inspired by me such a fat, fucking

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bring them wisdom. Frank Herbert ( 8 October 1920 – 11 February 1986 ) was an American science fiction writer , most famous for his Dune novels. See also: Dune — quotes from the novel, its sequels and derivative books Dune (1984 movie based on the novel) Dune (TV miniseries