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Cronn is a vast, artificially-constructed hollow planet that travels through the universe at the speed of light; inside it are eight concentric rings that support Cronnian civilization.
Correa, Hugo [WorldCat Identities]
Correa, Hugo Los ojos del diablo. Several commentators have remarked on the novel’s indictment of totalitarian systems and have noted how Correa’s concept of a hollow World Ship resembles Arthur C Clarke ‘s later Rendezvous with Rama Correa began studying for a degree in law but turned instead to journalism and the civil service.
Correa, Hugo Donde acecha la lls.
Donde acecha la serpiente Descargar. Cuando Pilato se opuso; cuentos by Hugo Correa Book 2 editions published in in Hugoo and held by 29 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Correa, Hugo La corriente sumergida: Donde acecha la serpiente by Hugo Correa Book 3 editions published in in Spanish and held by 16 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
Although less productive as an sf writer after the late s, Correa remained active in Chile’s sf community until shortly before his death, participating in round tables, giving interviews, attending book launches and judging writing competitions. El nido de las furias, Correa, Hugo Alguien mora en el viento.
Summary Bibliography: Hugo Correa
Project Page Feedback Known Problems. Bradbury responded with enthusiasm and corrrea what is more, he visited Correa and his wife when they were in Los Angeles and sent Correa’s stories on to magazine editors with a note of introduction. El nido de las furias, Descargar. Villanelo Herrer, Antonio Mundo y supermundo: Recurring themes include the mysterious and the unknown; First Contact ; the struggle to communicate see Communications ; human Identity and isolation; authoritarianism; and the nature of evil.
The Superior Ones have engineered for Cronn’s citizenry an existence free from, among other things, unemployment, love, marriage, private property and individual liberty. Most widely held works by Hugo Correa. El que merodea en la lluvia. El que merodea en la lluvia by Hugo Correa Book 8 editions published between and in Spanish and held by 52 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
Alguien mora en el viento Descargar.
Portada de Alguien mora en el viento, El Impacto del futuro Book 1 edition published in in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide. Before leaving, Correa sent translations of a few of his stories to Bradbury, whom he had never met.
Literatura de Ciencia Ficción en Chile
Los ojos del diablo Descargar. Portada de Flores para un cyborg, El color de la amatista: Alguien mora en el viento.
Araya, Enrique El caracol y la diosa. El nido de las furias. Portada de El que merodea en la lluvia, Ojos del diablo by Hugo Correa Book 6 editions published between and in Spanish and Undetermined and held by 49 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
Editores La Novela Nueva, Leyenda de la ciudad perdida. The planet’s inhabitants live out insignificant lives in subordination to intelligent machines see AI and to a race of mysterious overlords, the titular Superior Ones, with whom they cannot huto.
L’An deux mille quatre cent quarante: Mercier, Louis Sebastian L’An deux mille quatre cent quarante. La ciudad encantada de Chile: Flores para un cyborg.
Montero Abt, Antonio Los superhomos.
As a young sf writer, his career was given a boost by Ray Bradbury. Meier Frei, Sergio El color de la amatista: El que merodea en la lluvia Descargar.
Thayer Ojeda, Alhisimos En el mundo en ruinas: With this vote of confidence, Correa soon had three stories published in the North American market: