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The Other Side of the Sky. 1958 The Other Side of the Sky
by Arthur C. Clarke
First Edition 1958
Harcourt, Brace & Company
New York
Hardback in dust jacket
Cover illustration by Edward Sorel
x+246 pages
Price: $3.95

The Other Side of the Sky, a collection of short fiction by Arthur C. Clarke.

  • The Nine Billion Names of God
  • Refugee
  • The Other Side of the Sky
    • Special Delivery
    • Feathered Friend
    • Take a Deep Breath
    • Freedom of Space
    • Passer-By
    • The Call of the Stars
  • The Wall of Darkness
  • Security Check
  • No Morning After
  • Venture to the Moon
    • The Starting Line
    • Robin Hood, F.R.S.
    • Green Fingers
    • All That Glitters
    • Watch This Space
    • A Question of Residence
  • Publicity Campaign
  • All the Time in the World
  • Cosmic Casanova
  • The Star
  • Out of the Sun
  • Transience
  • The Songs of Distant Earth
The image opposite and the blurb below are from the 1959 printing of the Signet Books paperback edition. Cover illustrator unknown.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
Future Unlimited

What happens when some Tibetan monks buy an electronic computer to speed-up the labor of the ages . . .

A space ship pilot's embarrassing love affair with a girl from an alien planet . . .

The secrets behind the first American, British and Russian flights to the moon . . .

Platforms in space, expeditions into the unexplored universe, and the habits and problems of men and women who live in unbounded worlds — these are some of the fascinating themes of the stories in this new collection by one of the masters of science fiction.

"Sound science along with good fun . . . eerie little spine ticklers."

Arthur C. Clarke was born and educated in England and took a degree with First Class Honours in physics and pure and applied mathematics. A Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society, he has twice been chairman of the British Interplanetary Society. Among his many novels and stories are THE CITY AND THE STARS and THE DEEP RANGE, both in Signet editions. Harcourt, Brace and Co. publishes the higher-priced editions of his books.

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