New Writings in SF Comprising Conversational Mode by Grahame Leman Which Way Do I Go For Jericho by Colin Kapp Microcosm by Robert P Holdstock Cain n by H A Hargreaves Canary by Dan Morgan Oh Valinda by Michael G Coney

  • Title: New Writings in SF-20
  • Author: John Carnell Grahame Leman Colin Kapp Robert P. Holdstock H.A. Hargreaves Dan Morgan Michael G. Coney
  • ISBN: 9780552088794
  • Page: 347
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Comprising Conversational Mode by Grahame Leman Which Way Do I Go For Jericho by Colin Kapp Microcosm by Robert P Holdstock Cain n by H.A Hargreaves Canary by Dan Morgan Oh, Valinda by Michael G Coney.

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    1. As an AI person, I loved the story Conversational Mode, a transcript of a psychiatric patient talking with his mechanical therapist. The guy's soliloquizing, and the machine doesn't understand what he's saying most of the time. There's a line I often think about. He's talking about scientists, and he says that, well, consider it objectively, at any given moment all the researchers working in a particular field are probably wrong, except one person. Hence in practical, e.g. managerial, terms, sci [...]

    2. Definitely one of the better books in the series - a little darker than most, with most of the action psychological. A couple of standout stories, notably "Cain^n" by H. A. Hargreaves.

    3. One of the 1972 editions of the long-running science fiction anthology series. I was always very fond of this series, but I found it hard to connect with some of the stories in #20. In fact, half way through I was thinking that there was no point in keeping it once I'd read it, as even the ones I liked didn't make me feel inclined to re-read them.[return][return]Conversational Mode by Grahame Leman -- decidedly grim short which consists of a transcript of a conversation between an involuntarily [...]

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