The Rediscovery of Man by Cordwainer Smith
Few science fiction writers present us with a bigger puzzle than Cordwainer Smith (1913-1966), an eccentric figure from the golden age of sci-fi who retains a small but devoted cult following today. Was Smith a brilliant thinker or mentally ill? Was he an artist or an ideologue? Was his body of work a unified vision or a disparate jumble? Above all, did…
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