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Clifford D. Simak (Clifford Donald Simak) Biography

(1904–88), (Clifford Donald Simak), City, Way Station, All Flesh Is Grass, A Choice of Gods

Literature Reference: American Literature, English Literature, Classics & Modern FictionEncyclopedia of Literature: Seven Against Thebes (Hepta epi Thēbas; Septem contra Thebas) to Sir Walter Scott and Scotland

American science fictionwriter and journalist, born in Millville, Wisconsin, where he set many of his stories. Simak created what might be described as a pastoral form of science fiction espousing a resilient humanism that eschewed sentimentality, as presented in novels such as City (1952), which is not about a city, Way Station (1963), All Flesh Is Grass (1965), and A Choice of Gods (1972). Later works included the fantasies The Fellowship of the Talisman (1978) and Where the Evil Dwells (1982).

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