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The Wind from the Sun. 1972 The Wind from the Sun
by Arthur C. Clarke
First Edition 1972.
Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.
New York.
ISBN 0151968101.
Hardback in dust jacket.
Cover design by Carl Smith.
viii+194 pages.
Price: $5.95.

Notes
The Wind from the Sun, a collection of short fiction and an essay by Arthur C. Clarke.

  • The Food of the Gods
  • Maelstrom II
  • The Shining Ones
  • The Wind from the Sun
  • The Secret
  • The Last Command
  • Dial "F" for Frankenstein
  • Reunion
  • Playback
  • The Light of Darkness
  • The Longest Science-Fiction Story Ever Told
  • Herbert George Morley Roberts Wells, Esq.
  • Love That Universe
  • Crusade
  • The Cruel Sky
  • Neutron Tide
  • Transit of Earth
  • A Meeting With Medusa
The image opposite and the blurb below are from the 1990 printing of the VGSF paperback edition, ISBN 0575048425. Cover illustration by Terry Pastor.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
Hold your hands out to the Sun. What do you feel? Heat, course. But there’s pressure as well. Over the area of your hands, it comes to only about a millionth of an ounce.

But out in space, even a pressure as small as that can be important, for it’s acting all the time, hour after hour, day after day. Unlike rocket fuel it’s free and unlimited. If we want to, we can use it. We can build sails to catch the radiation blowing from the Sun . . .

Arthur Clarke is one of the phenomena of our time, a distinguished scientist, broadcaster and television personality. In this outstanding collection he fuses science fact and fiction in an impressive showcase that will enthral both enthusiast and newcomer alike.

"Of all his talents, Arthur C. Clarke’s greatest must surely be his short story writing . . . a must for the science fiction addicts"
- Manchester Evening News

"Clarke’s stories have an inevitable sting in their tails"
- The Times Literary Supplement

 
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