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This is the best book of its kind in at least two decades It is a literate intelligent book of powerful SF stories from across Europe These tales are representativeof the best writers and stories of the last twenty years written in most of the major contemporary European languages    The SFWA European Hall of Fame includes someof the biggest SF names  in Europe i Separations by Jean Claude Dunyach 2005 9 Strange tale with a common sci fi trope the parallel w

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The SFWA European Hall of Fame Sixteen Contemporary Masterpieces of Science Fictionfrom the ContinentIeve sharp polished and entertaining English versions of the stories James Morrow has written a thought provoking introductory essay as well as informative story notes throughout the collection This anthology joins the canonical SFWA Hall of Fame books that have sold hundreds of thousands of copies over four decades and belongs in every library of SF personal or publi Some translated Euro shorts that us anglo speakers don't normally see There's a open ended slig

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doc ☆ The SFWA European Hall of Fame Sixteen Contemporary Masterpieces of Science Fictionfrom the Continent ↠ Hardcover read Ë This is the best book of its kind in at least two decades It is a literate intelligent book of powerful SF storiNcluding Joanna Sinisalo Andreas Eschbach Elena Arseneva and Jean Claude Dunyach The appeal of this anthology rests first upon the venerable  SFWA Hall of Fame imprimatur and secondly on the sterling reputation of co editorwriter James Morrow Morrow and his wife Kathryn spent years arranging for translations of the best in European SF and working with translators to ach The only unifying theme in this anthology is that the authors are European Thus there is a wide