The Songs of Summer by Robert Silverberg

"The Songs of Summer"

by Robert Silverberg

Form: Short story

Year: 1955

ID: 1085

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Comments:

This story is a frustrating combination of fascinating and annoying. The future post-apocalypse society is really interesting, a convincing portrayal of an unusual and peaceful people. The twentieth century man unexpectedly thrown into the future is greedy, selfish, and downright obnoxious (which I suppose is the point, but that doesn't mean I like it). There are some signs of the lyrical writing Silverberg would later develop.

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