Destination: Universe! is the second collection of science fiction short stories by A. E. van Vogt.
Alfred Elton van Vogt (1912 –2000) was a Canadian-born science fiction author regarded by some as one of the most popular and complex science fiction writers of the mid-twentieth century: the "Golden Age" of the genre.
He wrote three novels merging overarching themes of all encompassing knowledge, The World of Null-A and The Pawns of Null-A in the late 1940s, and Null-A Three in the early 1980s. Null-A, or non-Aristotelian logic, refers to the capacity for, and practice of, using intuitive, inductive reasoning, rather than reflexive, or conditioned, deductive reasoning.
This copy is in good used condition. There is some moderate wear to the cover as can be seen in photo #1.
"Far Centaurus" (Astounding 1944)
"The Monster" (Astounding 1948)
"Dormant" (Startling Stories 1948)
"Enchanted Village" (Other Worlds 1950)
"A Can of Paint" (Astounding 1944)
"Defense" (Avon Fantasy Reader 1947)
"The Rulers" (Astounding 1944)
"Dear Pen Pal" (The Arkham Sampler 1949)
"The Sound" (Astounding 1950)
"The Search" (Astounding 1943)
Mass Market Paperback: 160 pages
Publisher: Berkley (6th Printing, March 1964)
Product Dimensions: 7 x 1 x 5 inches
Shipping Weight: 8 ounces
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