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     Baronin Johanna Von Vay, Geborene Freiin Von Adelsheim, Geb. In Pforzheim, Den 5. Aug. 1776, Gest. In Golop, Den 26. Feb. 1863: Hrsg. V.: (franz Bene) (German Edition)
Publisher: Nabu Press
Author(s): Johanna von Vay

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Johanna von Vay

Dr.: Sommer, 1864



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     The Galaxy Primes
Publisher: BiblioBazaar
Author(s): Edward Elmer Smith

They were four of the greatest minds in the Universe: Two men two women lost in an experimental spaceship billions of parsecs from home. And as they mentally charted the Cosmos to find their way back to earth their own loves and hates were as startling as the worlds they encountered. Here is E. E. Smith's great new novel

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     The Galaxy Primes - The Original Classic Edition
Publisher: tebbo
Author(s): E.E. Smith

Belle Bellamy (green-haired super-babe) and Clee Garlock (super everything else) are the two people on Earth with the highest innate degree of that amazing psionic-thingie. With it, their minds can hurl them between star systems, detonate nuclear blasts, and do lots of other neat tricks. In their interstellar gadding, they discover other intelligent and psi-capable humans. In fact, those others are so human-like that they are reproductively compatible. And, since the Earthian guys are obviously such superior beings, offers to test that compatibility come often.

Its not all good times and spread-the-genes, though. Dozens of star systems harbor human life, and psionic Primes, all at nearly identical levels of development social (except that some have decidedly inferior tobacco). Unfortunately, theyre not all as easy-going and altruistic as Earths Primes. As a result, Earths Primes need to rough them up in their easy-going and altruistic way, to unify them under the newly-designed Galaxian banner. The Galaxian inner council consists of one Prime pair from each of those dozens of planets, in Noah-like male/female couples. How do we know theyre the finest of each star system? Well, for one thing, the ladies of those planets are super-babes, too. Not only are they as mighty of mind as their men, they are also mighty in their womanliness and eager to prove it by racing the others to a demonstration of fecundity.

This is a wonderful artifact of its time, as close to Buster Crabbes Flash Gordon as it is to the current day or maybe closer. It has all that cowboy exuberance and technological optimism, with gender relations a bit past the neolithic. (He and she both seem to long for a little more of the caveman/cavegirl between them, but even Doc Smith smelled womens lib in the air.) Despite the cultural imperialism and shallow sterotyping, or maybe because of it, Smith brings us space opera at its very finest.

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     Galaxy Primes, The
Publisher: Armchair Fiction
Author(s): E. E. "Doc" Smith

Armchair fiction presents extra large paperback editions of the best in classic science fiction novels. ?The Galaxy Primes,? written by E. E. ?Doc? Smith, is taut sci-fi novel about the wilds of outer space. It was Earth?s first Starship. It was called the Pleiades, and it was the first starship ever launched from Earth. Experimental in nature, it could travel anywhere almost instantaneously. However, where it might actually end up wasn?t always predictable. And whether it could even return to Earth safely remained to be seen! Travel through the wilds of deep space with four of the most unique space adventurers you will ever encounter in this great novel by one of sci-fi?s master craftsmen, E. E. ?Doc? Smith.

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