Little Fuzzy

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The chartered Zarathustra Company had it all their way. Their charter was for a Class III uninhabited planet, which Zarathustra was, and it meant they owned the planet lock stock and barrel. They exploited it, developed it and reaped the huge profits from it without interference from the Colonial Government. Then Jack Holloway, a sunstone prospector, appeared on the scene with his family of Fuzzies and the passionate conviction that they were not cute animals but little people.


Nominated for Hugo Award for Best Novel in 1963.

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Piper, H.

Beam (Henry Beam Piper, H.

Beam Piper, Horace Beam Piper) (1904-1964). Amer. prose writer, also known for his works. other genres. Born in Altuna, Pennsylvania, he spent his life working as a detective on the local railroad until he was fired in mid. 1950s The first SF publication was Time and Time Again (1947). Committed suicide. Among the early works. P.

stands out written in et al. with John McGuire p-s "ABC at Zero" (1953), which describes a "civilized" future with helicopters, antibiotics, video phones, department stores - and 90% of absolutely illiterate residents; later rewritten (also co-authored with D.

McGuire) in the novel Crisis in 2140 (1957); the action of another novel by co-authors - "A Planet for Texans" [A Planet for Texans] (1958; others - "The planet of a single star" [Lonestar Planet]) - unfolds on a planet where the "scenery" of a western is created for idle idlers, like as shown in the movie "Westworld". Naib. P.`s dilogy about contact with cute intelligent "fuzzies" on the planet Zarathustra (and about the struggle of powerful forces on Earth around this discovery) enjoyed success: "Little Fuzzy" (1962; rus.

1992; others - "Little fuzzy "); sequel - "Another race of people" [The Other Human Race] (1964; others - "Fuzzy Sapiens"; Russian 1992 - "Fuzzy reasonable"); combined into one volume - "The Fuzzy Papers" (1977); posthumously publ. the novel Fuzzies and Other People (1984) reconstructed from the manuscript; further the series was continued by other authors. The cycle about fuzzies is organically included in the history of the future, also presented by the novels - "Planet for four days" [Four-Day Planet] (1961), "Junkyard Planet" (1958 - "Cemetery of dreams"; add.

1963; others - "The Cosmic Computer"), "Space Viking" [Space Viking] (1963); came out posthumously Sat. - "Federation" [Federation] (1981), "Empire" [Empire] (1981), "The Worlds of Beam Piper" (1983 - ed.

By John Carr); the most famous p-z is "Universal Language" (1957; rus.

1960), whose heroes are linguists struggling to solve ancient Martian written monuments. Among other products. P.

stand out: a cycle of r-calls about the "police of time", combined in a collection of articles. - "Paratime!" [Paratime!] (1981); the cycle is adjacent to the novel Lord Kalvan of Otherwhen (1965; others - Gunpowder God). Vl.G. Dr. cit .: With Michael Kurland - "First Cycle" (1982). Uller Uprising (1982). Lit .: Gordon Benson Jr. Henry Beam Piper (1985).

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Piper, H. Beam (Henry Beam Piper, H. Beam Piper, Horace Beam Piper) (1904-1964). Amer. prose writer, also known for his works. other genres. Born in Altuna, Pennsylvania, he spent his life working as a detective on the local railroad until he was fired in mid. 1950s The first SF publication was Time and Time Again (1947). Committed suicide. Among the early works. P. stands out written in et al. with John McGuire p-s "ABC at Zero" (1953), which describes a "civilized" future with helicopters, antibiotics, video phones, department stores - and 90% of absolutely illiterate residents; later rewritten (also co-authored with D. McGuire) in the novel Crisis in 2140 (1957); the action of another novel by co-authors - "A Planet for Texans" [A Planet for Texans] (1958; others - "The planet of a single star" [Lonestar Planet]) - unfolds on a planet where the "scenery" of a western is created for idle idlers, like as shown in the movie "Westworld". Naib. P.`s dilogy about contact with cute intelligent "fuzzies" on the planet Zarathustra (and about the struggle of powerful forces on Earth around this discovery) enjoyed success: "Little Fuzzy" (1962; rus. 1992; others - "Little fuzzy "); sequel - "Another race of people" [The Other Human Race] (1964; others - "Fuzzy Sapiens"; Russian 1992 - "Fuzzy reasonable"); combined into one volume - "The Fuzzy Papers" (1977); posthumously publ. the novel Fuzzies and Other People (1984) reconstructed from the manuscript; further the series was continued by other authors. The cycle about fuzzies is organically included in the history of the future, also presented by the novels - "Planet for four days" [Four-Day Planet] (1961), "Junkyard Planet" (1958 - "Cemetery of dreams"; add. 1963; others - "The Cosmic Computer"), "Space Viking" [Space Viking] (1963); came out posthumously Sat. - "Federation" [Federation] (1981), "Empire" [Empire] (1981), "The Worlds of Beam Piper" (1983 - ed. By John Carr); the most famous p-z is "Universal Language" (1957; rus. 1960), whose heroes are linguists struggling to solve ancient Martian written monuments. Among other products. P. stand out: a cycle of r-calls about the "police of time", combined in a collection of articles. - "Paratime!" [Paratime!] (1981); the cycle is adjacent to the novel Lord Kalvan of Otherwhen (1965; others - Gunpowder God). Vl.G. Dr. cit .: With Michael Kurland - "First Cycle" (1982). Uller Uprising (1982). Lit .: Gordon Benson Jr. Henry Beam Piper (1985).