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The Judgement of Eve: Post-Holocaust Stories Book 2

Edgar Pangborn

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Gateway Essentials, Fiction, Science fiction

Eve: she was the true descendant of the first Woman - still craving the knowledge of life in the new world after the holocaust. Claudius: Only he remembered the world before the One-Day War. Would this memory help him find the truth Ethan: He had the heart of a lion. But to conquer Eve he needed the heart of a man. Kenneth: He had confronted both the lady and the tiger. Now he would have to face the judgment of Eve.

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Edgar Pangborn

Edgar Pangborn (1909 - 1976)
Edgar Pangborn was born in New York City and pursued music studies at Harvard when just 15 years old. He went on to study at the New England Conservatory but did not graduate from either course. He then turned his back on music, focusing on writing. It was in the early 50s that his writing career flourished, and he produced a string of highly regarded stories for the likes of Galaxy, The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction and Ellery Queen's Mystery magazine.
His work helped establish a new 'humanist' school of science fiction, and he has been cited by Ursula Le Guin as one of the authors who convinced her that it was possible to write worthwhile, humanly emotional stories within science fiction and fantasy. He died in New York in 1976.

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