Herbert George Wells is an English writer and publicist, researcher, doctor of biological sciences, a politician and a supporter of social and scientific movements. A representative of the methods and theory of Marxism called critical realism. For a long period of time he was a supporter of the socio-economic trend – Fabianism. A prose writer, the author of novels preferred to publish scientific and fantastic literature. He wrote the famous work “War of the Worlds.”
Childhood and youth
Born in the UK, London’s Bromley district, in the fall – September 21, 1866. Herbert Wells parents were also interesting people, dad Joseph Wells owned a store and was engaged in the sale of porcelain products, figures Continue reading
The American writer Robert Asprin is known to science fiction fans around the world. Dozens of novels, combined in a series, came from the pen of the author. The most famous is the “MYTH Cycle” dedicated to the Great Skive and his comrades.
Asprin’s works are characterized by a sense of humor, the dynamism of the plot and the originality of the characters. The fictional worlds of the master are inhabited by magicians and dragons, however one can easily see a hint of reality in them, full of social problems and contradictions. The grotesque fantasy works of the American are unpredictable and do not lose popularity with the reader over the years.
Childhood and youth
Robert Lynn Asprin is from Michigan, USA. Future science fiction was born on June 28, 1946 in the city of St. John’s and had Filipino-Irish roots. Father Daniel worked as a machinist, and mother Lorraine Cook taught in elementary Continue reading
Some writers, directors and musicians have shown themselves thanks to the creative tandem. These include the Coen brothers, who shot the action-thriller “Fargo”, the Wachowski sisters, as well as Ilya Ilf and Evgeny Petrov, who pleased bookstore regulars with works featuring Ostap Bender.
It is also worth highlighting the Strugatsky brothers, whom both adults and children know. Writers became leaders in the world of fantastic Soviet literature. Surely lovers of books that talk about technology, the universe and scientific progress know such works as “It’s hard to be a god”, “Inhabited Island”, “Monday starts on Saturday”, “Picnic on the sidelines”, etc.
It is noteworthy that after the death of his brother Arkady Boris Strugatsky, whose biography is replete Continue reading