A Requiem for Astounding
by Alva Rogers
Written in English.
About the Book
A history of Astounding magazine, produced by someone who was a devoted fan rather than a literary critic. It covers the period from the magazine's pre-Campbell origins up to the transition to Analog in 1960, but with particular emphasis on the "golden age" of the 1940s.
Cover art by Alex Eisenstein.
|Dewey Decimal Class||808.8305|
|Library of Congress||PN4900.A65 R6|
The Physical Object
|Pagination||xxiv, 224 p., ill.|
|Number of pages||224|
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|August 4, 2010||Edited by IdentifierBot||added LibraryThing ID|
|April 24, 2010||Edited by Open Library Bot||Fix duplicate goodreads IDs.|
|April 16, 2010||Edited by bgimpertBot||Added goodreads ID.|
|April 14, 2010||Edited by Open Library Bot||Linked existing covers to the edition.|
|April 1, 2008||Created by an anonymous user||Initial record created, from Scriblio MARC record.|