Shadrach in the furnace.
Shadrach in the furnace. For some time now Dr. Shadrach Mordecai has lain awake, restless and tense in his hammock, staring somberly at a glowing green circlet in the wall that is the shining face of his data screen. Red letters on the screen announce the new day: MONDAY.
Читать онлайн Shadrach in the Furnace. Shadrach in the Furnace. by Robert Silverberg. In the sanctuary of his office Shadrach Mordecai enjoys a few moments of peace before proceeding on his voyage into the turmoils of the day. Though Genghis Mao is up, there is no need to hurry. The books, too, rare and auspicious, landmarks of medical history, talismans of scientific progress: the Fabrica of Vesalius, De Motu Cordis of Harvey, Boerhaave’s Institutiones, Laennec on auscultation, Beaumont on digestion - with what joy be has collected them, with what reverence he has fondled them!
Shadrach in the Furnace is a science fiction novel by American writer Robert Silverberg, first published by Bobbs Merrill in 1976. The novel was nominated in 1976 for the Nebula award, and in 1977 for the Hugo award.
Shadrach in the Furnace is a science fiction novel by American writer Robert Silverberg, first published by Bobbs Merrill in 1976.
Shadrach in the Furnace book. Robert Silverberg first published Shadrach in the Furnace in 1976 and this novel, perhaps more than any other of his I’ve read, also There is a certain audacity to the outrageous quality of much of science fiction, usually exemplified by the work of such authors as Philip K. Dick or Theodore Sturgeon. Theirs is an off the beaten path that runs perpendicular to other fiction, their’s are proudly unique ideas, stridently and proudly declaring, Voltaire like, that here is something different. The Khan is ninety-three years old, his life systems sustained by the skill of Mordecai Shadrach, a brilliant young surgeon whose chief function is to replace the Khan’s worn-out organs. Author: Robert Silverberg. Publisher: Bobbs Merril, 1976. Within the vast tower-complex, the most advanced equipment is dedicated to three top-priority projects, each designed to keep the Khan immortal. Most sinister of these is Project Avatar, by which the Khan’s mind and persona are to be transferred to a younger body. Nominated for Nebula Award for Best Novel in 1976.
Shadrach in the Furnace MP3 CD – Audiobook, MP3 Audio, Unabridged. I almost tuned out a few times in the early books; "Vance fatigue," an aesthetic exhaustion caused by exceedingly intricate world-building, needs to be a thing in the SF vernacular like "Niven psychosis as. by. Robert Silverberg (Author). I almost tuned out a few times in the early books; "Vance fatigue," an aesthetic exhaustion caused by exceedingly intricate world-building, needs to be a thing in the SF vernacular like "Niven psychosis as almost any quality art does, it sticks with you. For example, in the fourth novel, THE FACE, the level of zoom-in on the details gave me a headache: THRILL as Kirth Gersen acquires a controlling interest in a failing mining company, stock certificate by hard-won stock certificate!
Shadrach in the Furnace is at once a broad, sweeping novel and a harsh, abrasive, irreverent book about a. .
Shadrach in the Furnace is at once a broad, sweeping novel and a harsh, abrasive, irreverent book about a life-and-death battle between two titans-one the epitome of evil, the other a paragon of idealism-in a society pushed to extremes. Silverberg, Robert. Indianapolis : Bobbs-Merrill. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china.
Robert Silverberg was born in 1935 and began to write while studying for his BA at Columbia University. He is one of the most prolific of all SF writers and among his many fine novels are Dying Inside, The Book of Skulls, A Time of Changes and Lord Valentine's Castle. Библиографические данные. Shadrach in the Furnace Gateway Essentials.