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Frederik Pohl • 337 Items / 244 Articles, 92 Books, 1 Review
Alternating Currents (1956)
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    Neatly Paradoxical (2 Reviews)
    Alternating Currents, by Frederik Pohl
    1. Alternating Currents by Frederik Pohl
    2. Citizen in Space by Robert Sheckley
    National Review, May 23, 1956, p. 21
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    Universe in Books (4 Reviews)
    The Science Book of Space Travel, by Harold Leland Goodwin
    1. The Science Book of Space Travel by Harold Leland Goodwin
    2. Alternating Currents by Frederik Pohl
    3. The Dragon in the Sea by Frank Herbert
    4. Men, Rockets and Space Rats by Lloyd Mallan
    Fantastic Universe Science Fiction, June 1956, pp. 126-130
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    The Reference Library (8 Reviews)
    The Chosen and the World
    1. The Long Tomorrow by Leigh Brackett
    2. S-F: The Year's Greatest Science-Fiction and Fantasy by Judith Merril
    3. Alternating Currents by Frederik Pohl
    4. Double Star by Robert A. Heinlein
    5. Forbidden Planet by W.J. Stuart
    6. Tales of Conan by Robert E. Howard and L. Sprague de Camp
    7. Electrons, Waves and Messages by John R. Pierce
    8. Secrets of Space Flight by Lloyd Mallan
    Analog/Astounding Science Fiction, August 1956, pp. 143-152
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    Galaxy's Five Star Shelf (9 Reviews)
    The Dragon in the Sea, by Frank Herbert
    1. The Dragon in the Sea by Frank Herbert
    2. Science-Fiction Adventures in Mutation by Groff Conklin
    3. Citizen in Space by Robert Sheckley
    4. The Best Science-Fiction Stories and Novels, 1955 by T.E. Dikty
    5. Alternating Currents by Frederik Pohl
    6. On the Nature of Man by Dagobert Runes
    7. A Gallery of Scientists by Rufus Suter
    8. Tales of Conan by Robert E. Howard and L. Sprague de Camp
    9. Star Ship on Saddle Mountain by Atlantis Hallam
    Galaxy Science Fiction, July 1956, pp. 99-102