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Published by Blackstone Audiobooks .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Science Fiction - General,
  • Fiction,
  • Science Fiction

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Edition Notes

ContributionsStefan Rudnicki (Narrator)
The Physical Object
FormatAudio Cassette
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11044448M
ISBN 10078612332X
ISBN 109780786123322
OCLC/WorldCa52061856

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Williamson dealt with the Humanoids in two works-- a novelette in Astounding called "With Folded Hands," and a novel, originally serialized in Astounding under the title "And Searching Mind," later published in book form as "The Humanoids." Still later, the two works were published as one book, again under the title of "The Humanoids."/5(31). Jack Williamson published his first short story in , and he's been producing entertaining, thought-provoking science fiction ever second person named Grand Master by the Science Fiction Writers of America--the first was Robert A. Heinlein--Williamson has always been in the forefront of the field, being the first to write fiction about genetic engineering (he invented the term 3/5(6).   Williamson dealt with the Humanoids in two works-- a novelette in Astounding called "With Folded Hands," and a novel, originally serialized in Astounding under the title "And Searching Mind," later published in book form as "The Humanoids." Still later, the two works were published as one book, again under the title of "The Humanoids."/5. The Humanoids / With Folded Hands (; omnibus) Seetee Series An editor suggested that Williamson combine the ideas of contraterrene matter (antimatter) and asteroid mining, which inspired the Seetee (C-T) series of short stories written as Will : John Stewart Williamson, Ap , .

astounding science fiction for all 12 issues; tomorrow and tomorrow, child's play, little lost robot, home of the gods, centaurus ii, with folded searching mind aka the humanoids, the end is not yet, ole doc methuselah, the expensive slaves, thunder and roses, children of the lens, aesop / city. So the Humanoids gently, impartially, and implacably enforce their directive, the result being that anything dangerous, exciting, or new in human existence is utterly forbidden. Williamson's groundbreaking original story, ``With Folded Hands,'' with its remorseless logic and chilling dystopian conclusion, is included here, while the subsequent. The Humanoids & 1 book series by Jack Williamson includes books The Humanoids, The Humanoid Touch, and The Humanoids and With Folded Hands: Library Edition. See the complete Humanoids & 1 series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles. Get this from a library! Humanoids ; and With folded hands. [Jack Williamson; Stefan Rudnicki] -- On the far planet Wing IV, a brilliant scientist creates the humanoids, sleek black androids programmed to serve humanity. But are they perfect servants, or perfect masters? Slowly the humanoids.

Jack Williamson. Jack Williamson published his first short story in , and he's been producing entertaining, thought-provoking science fiction ever second person named Grand Master by the Science Fiction Writers of America--the first was Robert A. Heinlein--Williamson has always been in the forefront of the field, being the first to write fiction about genetic engineering (he.   The Humanoids and with Folded Hands by Jack Williamson, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(43). In this blog, we take up “With Folded Hands” a novelette written in by the Grand Master of Science Fiction, Jack Williamson. And, as with other authors in this series, Stephen King, Ray Bradbury and Philip K. Dick, Jack Williamson also had a connection with .   The Humanoids deserves a wider audience, it compares favorably to and Brave New World and is entertaining and suspenseful to boot. It is truly great science fiction. It is depressing though, perhaps that accounts for its lack of popularity. The book is 5/5(5).