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Where late the sweet birds sang

Kate Wilhelm

Where late the sweet birds sang

by Kate Wilhelm

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Published by Arrow Books in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fiction in English.

  • Edition Notes

    Originally published, New York , Harper and Row, 1976.

    StatementKate Wilhelm.
    SeriesArrow science fiction
    The Physical Object
    Pagination(4),251p. ;
    Number of Pages251
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20989378M
    ISBN 100099148005

    Note: Part One of this novel first appeared in Orbit 15 () as the novella "Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang", and retains that title in the novel. Part Two is titled "Shenandoah" and Part Three is "At the Still Point". The novel is comprised of 28 chapters in three parts, and an n: Where Late the Sweet Brids Sang. Harper Row - Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang is a spellbinding and wonderfully original family saga of the future. It is the story of the Sumners of Virginia, who have ruled over a lush valley along the Shenandoah for generations.

    Kate Wilhelm () is the author of dozens of novels and short-story collections. Among them are the science fiction classic Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang, the Constance and Charlie mysteries, and The Good Children. The recipient of many honors--the Prix Apollo, the Hugo Award, three Nebula Awards, and the Kurd Lasswitz Award--Ms. Wilhelm, along with her . Still relevant after all these years 'Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang' by Kate Wilhelm. Orb/Tom Doherty, $ Review by L.D. Meagher (CNN) -- The world is going to hell.

    Stephen Ratcliffe • 88 pp. • $ISBN: Poetry Purchase from Small Press Distribution A rift of poems which pluck a few words from Shakespeare’s sonnets and on that absent space . Winner of the Hugo Award for Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang, she has produced an impressive body of work in the fields of SF and crime, and - along with her late husband, Damon Knight - has had a profound influence beyond her writing, through the Milford and Clarion Science Fiction Writers' Workshops.


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