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by Jean Marie Stine

Category: Science Fiction
Subcategory: Sci-fi
Author: Jean Marie Stine
ISBN: 1588730700
ISBN13: 978-1588730701
Publisher: Renaissance E Books (February 2002)
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FUTURE EVES Great Science Fiction About Women by Women. This book may not be reproduced in whole or in part without written permission. For information contact

FUTURE EVES Great Science Fiction About Women by Women. A Futures-Past Science Fiction ClassicтАУ Selected and Introduced by Jean Marie Stine. A Renaissance E Books publication. For information contact: Renaissance E Books. P. O. Box 494. Clemmons, NC 27012-0494.

by Jean Marie Stine (Author). Audible Narration Switch back and forth between reading the Kindle book and listening to the Audible narration. Written between 1931 and 1959, these stories show how different women have, in different eras, envisioned the future of their sex.

Selecting its contents from lesser known writers, Future Eves presents Leslie F. Stone's novelette, "The Conquest of Gola" (1931), an encounter with Earth males told from the point-of-view of an alien matriarch, so far ahead of its time, nothing like it would be attempted again in science fiction until the work of Alice Sheldon (AKA James Tiptree, J. .Hazel Heald's novelette, "The Man of Stone," is searingly feminist, all the more so since her heroine, like so many women of the time, takes her brutalized situation so much for granted.

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Written by Jean Marie Stine, narrated by Harriet Seed. Selecting its contents from lesser known writers, Future Eves presents Leslie F. Stone's novelette "The Conquest of Gola" (1931), an encounter with Earth males told from the point-of-view of an alien matriarch. So far ahead of its time, nothing like it would be attempted again in science-fiction until the work of Alice Sheldon (aka, James Tiptree, J. in the 1970s. Hazel Heald's novelette "The Man of Stone," is searingly feminist, all the more so since her heroine, like so many women of the time, takes her brutalized situation so much for granted.

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