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Theodore Rose Cogswell 1918 - 1987 American writer and literary scholar. Born in Coatesville (Pennsylvania), fought in Spain (chauffeur of a military hospital), during the Second World War, a captain of the US Air Force (served in India, Burma, China); graduated from the University of Colorado and defended his dissertation at the University of Denver; taught at various higher educational institutions; since 1959 headed the Institute for 21st Century Research. Editor of the Bulletin of the Association of American Science Fiction Writers (1970-71, 1973-76), Secretary of the Association (1973-74). The first publication was The Ghost General (1952). Most of K.`s p-calls (and his contribution to NF was limited to them) is included in the collection. - "The Wall Around the World" (1962) and "The Third Eye" [The Third Eye] (1968); pz "Wall around the world" (1953; rus.

1969; 1990) is a classic example of a conceptual revolution: heroes live in a closed world where magic "works", unaw...

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Theodore Rose Cogswell 1918 - 1987 American writer and literary scholar. Born in Coatesville (Pennsylvania), fought in Spain (chauffeur of a military hospital), during the Second World War, a captain of the US Air Force (served in India, Burma, China); graduated from the University of Colorado and defended his dissertation at the University of Denver; taught at various higher educational institutions; since 1959 headed the Institute for 21st Century Research. Editor of the Bulletin of the Association of American Science Fiction Writers (1970-71, 1973-76), Secretary of the Association (1973-74). The first publication was The Ghost General (1952). Most of K.`s p-calls (and his contribution to NF was limited to them) is included in the collection. - "The Wall Around the World" (1962) and "The Third Eye" [The Third Eye] (1968); pz "Wall around the world" (1953; rus. 1969; 1990) is a classic example of a conceptual revolution: heroes live in a closed world where magic "works", unaware of the existence of a "normal" world from the outside.