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From:St. James Guide to Science Fiction Writers (4th ed.)Robert Silverberg has won five Nebula Awards, four Hugo Awards, a Jupiter Award, and the Prix Apollo. As one of science fiction's most popular and durable writers, he has produced consistently professional work for five...
From: Science Fiction Writers: Critical Studies of the Major Authors from the Early Nineteenth Century to the Present Day[(essay date 1982) In the following essay, Edwards provides an overview of Silverberg's life and career.] Robert Silverberg was born in Brooklyn, New York, on 15 January 1935, an only child. He was an introverted and...
From: ExtrapolationIf the superficialities of the New Wave-Old Wave debate concealed any substantial issues, I suspect that they had less to do with stylistic experimentation, scientific content (“hard” versus “soft”), or the depiction of...
From: Extrapolation[(essay date Summer 1979) In the following essay, Letson details the development of modernist themes of anxiety and alienation in Silverberg's fiction since the early sixties, focusing in particular on their treatment in...
From: Essays in Arts and Sciences[(essay date August 1980) In the following essay, Clareson speculates on various generic distinctions of Lord Valentine's Castle.] Those who have seen the June, 1980, issue of Extrapolation already know how much I...
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