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Home Edgar Pangborn West Of The Su. Paul had not been able to findsleep; Dorothy would be watching at the bedsides of the fourunconscious newcomers from Earth for another hour, until Tejronrelieved her. West of the sun, . 9. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19. 4. One of the soft lizard-oil lamps gleamed in Kajana's room, though itwas late and the house was hushed. Paul tapped at Kajana's never-closed doorway. Dunin said, "Oh, there are no giants in that country, Dorothy. Thoselow hills I remember west of the first camp-those kaksma hills werean impassable boundary in the old days. The country west ofthem-nobody went there, ever
Home Edgar Pangborn West Of The Sun. 6. The country west ofthem-nobody went there, ever. And south of them-Vestoia.
Several light-years west of the Earth's Sun lay the planet, Lucifer, circling a sun of its own .
Several light-years west of the Earth's Sun lay the planet, Lucifer, circling a sun of its own, circled by its own two moons. The five specially selected and trained passengers of the "Argo" found much on Lucifer to remind them of the Earth they had left eleven years before. Edgar Pangborn (1909 - 1976) Edgar Pangborn was born in New York City and pursued music studies at Harvard when just 15 years old. He went on to study at the New England Conservatory but did not graduate from either course.
Edgar Pangborn (February 25, 1909 – February 1, 1976) was an American writer of mystery, historical, and science fiction. Along with his older sister Mary, Edgar was homeschooled until 1919 and then educated at Brooklyn Friends School
West of the Sun" concerns six human astronauts stranded on the distant planet Lucifer, who must learn to survive along with the planet's two sentient native . West of the Sun was Pangborn's first novel, published in 1953
West of the Sun" concerns six human astronauts stranded on the distant planet Lucifer, who must learn to survive along with the planet's two sentient native species. When a rescue ship finally arrives they decide they would rather remain to further develop the society they have established. Far from his best work, it is still lyrical, poignant and inspiring.
See the smallness of the north polar ice cap? The equatorial regionтАФmuch too hot; the rest is subtropical to temperate
All rights reserved Reprinted by arrangement with Doubleday & Company, Garden City, . First Dell PrintingтАФJuly, 1966 Printed in . 1 ^┬╗. Morning was flowing over the red-green planet. What do we know?" The delicate brown face of Dorothy Leeds kindled with questions. See the smallness of the north polar ice cap? The equatorial regionтАФmuch too hot; the rest is subtropical to temperate. We should go down (if we do) near the 50th parallelтАФnorth, I'd say. Too much desert in the southern hemisphere. Might be hot winds, sandstorms. The red-green is vegetation?"
West Of The Sun. Edgar Pangborn. Doubleday, 1953, hardcover with dust jacket. The novel is set in the Northeastern United States some centuries after an atomic war ended high-technology civilization
West Of The Sun. Pangborn's second novel (his first, the mystery "A-100," was published under the pseudonym "Bruce Harrison"). The novel is set in the Northeastern United States some centuries after an atomic war ended high-technology civilization. The novel follows its title character, Davy (who grew up a ward of the state and thus has no last name) as he grows to manhood in a pseudo-medieval society dominated by a Church that actively suppresses technology, banning anything that may contain atoms.
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They fought for mere survival. But their duty was to colonize and populate the planet . . . with four men and only two women!