10 edition of The man who folded himself. found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PZ4.G3765 Man, PS3557.E69 Man|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||148|
|LC Control Number||72008076|
David Gerrold, the acclaimed author of science fiction classics including The Man Who Folded Himself and the Star Wolf series, shares his expertise in writing compelling fantasy and science fiction. “In a chatty, informal, and even humorous style, he provides numerous exercises and questions, challenging the would-be writer to imagine the. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Man Who Folded Himself by David Gerrold (, Hardcover, Limited) at the best online prices at .
The Man Who Folded Himself Book Summary and Study Guide. David Gerrold Booklist David Gerrold Message Board. Detailed plot synopsis reviews of The Man Who Folded Himself; Danny Eakins, 19 and attending college on a $ a week stipend administered by his uncle Jim, learns that his parents left him fabulously wealthy and his stipend will be. The Man Who Folded Himself (Paperback) By David Gerrold. Benbella Books, , pp. Publication Date: J Other Editions of This Title: Paperback (12/1/) Hardcover (6/10/).
The Man Who Folded Himself - Novel by David Gerrold. Close. 6. Posted by. u/foxtaer. 2 years ago. Archived. The Man Who Folded Himself - Novel by David Gerrold. I Have not seen a review or recommendations to read this book before, but I love this book. This short book from (and updated many times since) is written by David Gerrold, a man. Out of print for many years, The Man Who Folded Himself was recently reprinted by BenBella Books with an introduction from Canadian SF writer Robert Sawyer. One word of caution, the reprinted edition has had minor revisions that seem to be limited to updating the novel with modern references, such as CDs in place of LPs.
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The Man Who Folded Himself does this with time travel. It is a delightfully self-contained book, and could be described as really only having one character in the whole thing, who meets himself.
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Books. BOOK AWARDS Hugo Award Nebula Award BSFA Award Mythopoeic Award Locus SF Award August Derleth Award Campbell Award. Genre/Form: Novels Science fiction Fiction Psychological fiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gerrold, David, Man who folded himself.
And a manuscript.”—David Gerrold, The Man Who Folded Himself, p. For those who haven’t read Gerrold’s book here is an excerpt. David Gerrold is the author of the Hugo and Nebula award-nominated book The Man Who Folded Himself and When HARLIE Was One, works that quickly established him in the hard science fiction genre during the also wrote The Trouble with Tribbles episode of Star Trek—one of the most popular Star Trek episode of all time, and is the author of the /5(15).
The Man Who Folded Himself is a good book. It's not your standard time-traveling tale. Don't expect Marty-and-Doc-like adventures in the Old West or zooming back to the time when your parents were dating. Don't expect the hero to be chased by allosaurs or Huns or anything like that.5/5(4).
Just read "The man who folded himself" and have some questions. Close. Posted by u/[deleted] 8 years ago. Archived. Just read "The man who folded himself" and have some questions.
Bought the Kindle version from Amazon and read it yesterday afternoon. I loved it. I love the time travel sub genre and this instantly became my new favorite book.
Rock band Harlequin plays an original piece entitled "The Man Who Folded Himself" based on the book by David Gerrold, which explores the intracacies of time travel. I recently read a presentation of time travel by David Gerrold in his novel, The Man Who Folded Himself.
Gerrold's novel is not recent - it was published more than thirty years ago - but a friend recommended it to me (it is one of his favorites) and I finally read it/5(5).
The Man Who Folded Himself, written in (and reissued by BenBella in ) is a classic science fiction novel by award-winning author David Gerrold. This work was nominated for both Hugo and Nebula awards and is considered by some critics to. About this Item: NY.:Bantam Books/ Spectra, Soft cover.
Condition: Near Fine. Bantam Edition,Near Fine mass market trade paperback, color illustrated cover, pages, Hugo and Nebula Award author, David Gerrold, The Man Who Folded Himself, about the author w/16 page David Gerrold previews, SCIENCE FICTION, the classic time-travel novel, A pioneer in.
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The levels of the library, the repetition of structure and action, and the notion of characters only animated by our presence. The Man Who Folded Himself, by David Gerrold, has been on my "to read" list for many years. It is a widely acclaimed time-travel novel that was first published inand it was nominated for the Nebula Award in and the Hugo Award and the Locus Award in It was not selected as a best science fiction book by those awards voters/5().
The Man Who Folded Himself is a science fiction novel by David Gerrold that deals with time travel. It was nominated for the Nebula Award for Best Novel in and the Hugo Award for Best Novel in Pretty clearly Gerrold's attempt at writing the end-all and be-all Time Travel looping novel, it apparently had another f-word in its title, but the publisher wouldn't go for it.
The copy of the Man who Folded Himself that I read included a foreword by Robert J. Sawyer. I feel compelled to mention that I found this is to be pretty lame and shallow, and to be honest, more self serving than anything else.5/5.
Check out this book called The Man Who Folded Himself. It was nominated for the Nebula Award for Best Novel in and the Hugo Award for Best Novel in And yeah, it is basically a time travel story about a man who travels back in time to have sex with himself.
The Man Who Folded Himself (Paperback) Average rating: out of 5 stars, based on 16 reviews 16 reviews. *** A book about the human condition. I don't particularly agree with one of the messages: that our purpose in life is to procreate.
Don is the god of his world, yet although he is (almost) omnipotent, he goes through life with a feel /5(16).Genre/Form: Fiction Psychological fiction Science fiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gerrold, David, Man who folded himself.
Leyden, Mass.And then there is his time-travel novel "The Man Who Folded Himself". Gerrold is a career-acolyte of Robert Heinlein: "The War Against the Chtorr" series is explicit homage to "Starship Troopers" while "The Man Who Folded Himself" parallels exactly Heinlein's classic "All You Zombies"/5().