Martians And Misplaced Clues: Life Work Of Fredric Brown Jack Seabrook

Martians And Misplaced Clues: Life Work Of Fredric Brown

Author: Jack Seabrook
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Book Title
Martians And Misplaced Clues: Life Work Of Fredric Brown
Author
Jack Seabrook
ISBN
9780879725914
Jack Seabrook discusses The Fabulous Clipjoint in depth, as well as Martians, Go Home, The Screaming Mimi, and all of the other classic Fredric Brown novels. He provides a careful analysis of the author's short stories and poems, tracking his work from the early days, through the years of the pulp magazines and SF digests, up to and including the final years with respectable magazines. Along with the discussion of the work are details of the author's unusual life, from his early years in Cincinnati through the Depression in Milwaukee, to a bohemian life in the Southwest.Binding Type: PaperbackAuthor: Jack SeabrookPublisher: University of Wisconsin PressPublished: 10/01/1993ISBN: 9780879725914Pages: 322Weight: 1.04lbsSize: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.72d
Jack Seabrook discusses The Fabulous Clipjoint in depth, as well as Martians, Go Home, The Screaming Mimi, and all of the other classic Fredric Brown novels. He provides a careful analysis of the author's short stories and poems, tracking his work from the early days, through the years of the pulp magazines and SF digests, up to and including the final years with respectable magazines. Along with the discussion of the work are details of the author's unusual life, from his early years in Cincinnati through the Depression in Milwaukee, to a bohemian life in the Southwest.

Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Jack Seabrook
Publisher: University of Wisconsin Press
Published: 10/01/1993
ISBN: 9780879725914
Pages: 322
Weight: 1.04lbs
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.72d
Jack Seabrook discusses The Fabulous Clipjoint in depth, as well as Martians, Go Home, The Screaming Mimi, and all of the other classic Fredric Brown novels. He provides a careful analysis of the author's short stories and poems, tracking his work from the early days, through the years of the pulp magazines and SF digests, up to and including the final years with respectable magazines. Along with the discussion of the work are details of the author's unusual life, from his early years in Cincinnati through the Depression in Milwaukee, to a bohemian life in the Southwest.

Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Jack Seabrook
Publisher: University of Wisconsin Press
Published: 10/01/1993
ISBN: 9780879725914
Pages: 322
Weight: 1.04lbs
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.72d