The Eyes Of Thar

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Henry Kuttner (English Henry Kuttner; April 7, 1915 - February 4, 1958) is an American science fiction writer. Was born in Los Angeles, California (USA). Biography Kuttner published his first story, The Graveyard Rats, in 1936 in the pulp magazine Weird Tales. Around the same time, he met his future wife, Catherine Lucille Moore. They were both members of the Lovecraft Circle, a group of writers who corresponded with Howard Lovecraft. In the 1940s and 1950s, Kuttner and Moore almost always wrote together, mainly because Kuttner was paid more per page. Their joint work was so close that they often did not remember who wrote which part of the text. Most of Kuttner`s work is published under pseudonyms, the most famous of them being Lawrence O`Donnell, Keith Hammond, and Lewis Pagett. Under the first he performed with his wife, under the others - independently. Kuttner and Moore are masters of the ironic fantasy story. Many of their works have become classics of fiction: a cycl...

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Henry Kuttner (English Henry Kuttner; April 7, 1915 - February 4, 1958) is an American science fiction writer. Was born in Los Angeles, California (USA). Biography Kuttner published his first story, The Graveyard Rats, in 1936 in the pulp magazine Weird Tales. Around the same time, he met his future wife, Catherine Lucille Moore. They were both members of the Lovecraft Circle, a group of writers who corresponded with Howard Lovecraft. In the 1940s and 1950s, Kuttner and Moore almost always wrote together, mainly because Kuttner was paid more per page. Their joint work was so close that they often did not remember who wrote which part of the text. Most of Kuttner`s work is published under pseudonyms, the most famous of them being Lawrence O`Donnell, Keith Hammond, and Lewis Pagett. Under the first he performed with his wife, under the others - independently. Kuttner and Moore are masters of the ironic fantasy story. Many of their works have become classics of fiction: a cycle about Hogben mutants from the US Midwest, a cycle about the inventor Gallegher, "The Housing Question" and others. Kuttner`s novel "The Dark World" inspired Roger Zelazny to write a series of novels "The Chronicles of Amber" - as acknowledged by R. Zelazny himself. Kuttner was a brilliant joker, an excellent conversationalist, easily converged with people and was generous with ideas (some of the ideas of his early stories were later used by Seabury Queen and Hoffman Price). Henry Kuttner died of a heart attack in 1958. Bibliography Series * Keeps o Clash by Night, (1943) o Fury, (1947 (Destination Infinity), (1958) * Gallegher) o The World Is Mine, (1943) o Time Locker, (1943) o The Proud Robot, (1943) o Gallegher Bees (1943) Gallegher Plus), (1943) o Ex Machina (English Ex Machina), (1948) * The Hogbens (English Hogben) o Exit the Professor, (1947) o The Pile of Trouble), (1948) o See You Later, (1949) o Cold War, (1949) Novels * Chessboard Planet, ( 1946) * The Dark World, (1946) * Valley of the Flame, (1946) * The Mask of Circe, (1948) * Behind the earth`s gates (English Beyond Earth & # 039; s Gates), (1949) * Mutant, (1953) o Son of the Costumer (English The Piper & # 039 ; s Son), (1945) o Three Blind Mice (eng. Three Blind Mice), (1945) o The Lion and the Unicorn, (1945) o Beggars in Velvet, (1945) o Humpty Dumpty , (1953) Stories * The Graveyard Rats, (1936) * Hollywood on the Moon, (1938) * The Shadow on the Screen, (1938) ) * Cursed Be the City, (1939) * The Misguided Halo, (1939) * The Citadel of Darkness, (1939) * Pegasus ( Pegasus), (1940) * Threshold, (1940) * Once upon a time there was a gnome (A Gnome There Was), (1941) * Our Devil We Know, (1941) * Piggy Bank, (1942) * Masquerade, (1942) * Deadlock, (1942) * Compliments of the Author ), (1942) * The Twonky, (1942) * All tenals of the Borogoves ... (English Mimsy Were the Borogoves), (1943) * Iron standard (eng. The Iron Standard, (1943) * Ghost, (1943) * N ** Greater Love, (1943) * Shock, (1943) * Housing issue (English Housing Problem), (1944) * When the Bough Breaks, (1944) * Camouflage, (1945) * What You Need, ( 1945) * Absalom, (1946) * The Cure, (1946) * The Little Things, (1946) * Call Him Demon , (1946) * Black Angel (eng. The Dark Angel), (1946) * Musical machine (eng. Juke-Box), (1947) * Fulfillment of desires (eng. Happy Ending), (1948) * Thingless eye (eng. . Private Eye), (1949) * The Voice of the Lobster, (1950) * The Sky Is Falling, (1950) * The Eg ** Machine ), (1952) * What else? (English Or Else), (1953) * A Day that does not exist (English Year Day), (1953) * Two-Handed Engine (English Two-Handed Engine), (1955) * A Cross of Centuries ), (1958) The first book of Henry Kuttner`s translations into Russian was published in 1968 in Moscow in the “Foreign Science Fiction” series of the Mir publishing house. Roman Podolny wrote: Kuttner`s work has come down to us "like the light of long-dead stars." The first collection in Russian, which we are talking about, came out almost exactly ten years after the death of the author [1].