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- John Brunner (1934–1995).
Her first novel, Shadow on the Hearth ; rev , tells the story of a nuclear World War Three in effectively understated fashion from the viewpoint of a suburban New York housewife; one of the very best stories of nuclear Holocaust , it was televised as Atomic Attack. The Tomorrow People , an intense psychological mystery story, lacks the emotional resonance of her best early work.
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Her best short stories, which usually feature protagonists passively caught up in world-changing events, and often hurt thereby, were ahead of their time. She published very little fiction after Merril was an unusually eclectic anthologist, habitually using stories from outside the SF Magazines , thus helping to broaden the horizons of the genre; she campaigned in her anthologies and in her book-review column in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction May May for the replacement of the term "science fiction" by Speculative Fiction ; her trenchant reviews and criticism have been assembled as The Merril Theory of Lit'ry Criticism coll She edited the first of the Tesseracts series see Canada of representative anthologies of Canadian sf, Tesseracts anth Showing Rating details.
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