Timescape is a 1980 novel by science fiction writer Gregory Benford (with unbilled co-author Hilary Foister, Benford's sister-in-law, who is credited as having "contributed significantly to the manuscript"). It won the 1980 Nebula and British Science Fiction Awards, and the 1981 John W. Campbell Memorial Award for Best Science Fiction Novel. The novel was widely hailed by both critics of science fiction and mainstream literature for its fusion of detailed character development and interpersonal drama with more standard science fiction fare such as time travel and ecological issues.

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  • Timescape is a 1980 novel by science fiction writer Gregory Benford (with unbilled co-author Hilary Foister, Benford's sister-in-law, who is credited as having "contributed significantly to the manuscript"). It won the 1980 Nebula and British Science Fiction Awards, and the 1981 John W. Campbell Memorial Award for Best Science Fiction Novel. The novel was widely hailed by both critics of science fiction and mainstream literature for its fusion of detailed character development and interpersonal drama with more standard science fiction fare such as time travel and ecological issues. Pocket Books used the title of this book for their science fiction imprint. (en)
  • Un paysage du temps (titre original : Timescape) est un roman de science-fiction de Gregory Benford paru aux États-Unis en 1980 et en France en 1982 (tome I) et 1987 (tome II). Ce roman a reçu le prix British Science Fiction 1980 et le prix John Wood Campbell Memorial 1981. (fr)
  • Cronopaisaje (título original: Timescape) es una novela de ciencia ficción dura escrita por Gregory Benford en 1980, ganadora de los premios Nébula, John W. Campbell Memorial, BSFA a la mejor novela y Ditmar australiano. La novela trata sobre la posibilidad de emitir un mensaje por medio de los taquiones (unas hipotéticas partículas que viajan a mayor velocidad que la luz) hacia el pasado. El motivo es que en 1998 los océanos están muy contaminados, lo que ha provocado una catástrofe medioambiental y económica. Esta novela dio a Benford fama mundial e impulsó definitivamente su carrera. (es)
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  • 813/.54
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  • 0-671-25327-1
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  • PS3552.E542 T55
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  • 412 (xsd:integer)
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  • 5831180
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  • Cover of first edition
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  • English
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  • Print
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  • Simon & Schuster
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  • Un paysage du temps (titre original : Timescape) est un roman de science-fiction de Gregory Benford paru aux États-Unis en 1980 et en France en 1982 (tome I) et 1987 (tome II). Ce roman a reçu le prix British Science Fiction 1980 et le prix John Wood Campbell Memorial 1981. (fr)
  • Cronopaisaje (título original: Timescape) es una novela de ciencia ficción dura escrita por Gregory Benford en 1980, ganadora de los premios Nébula, John W. Campbell Memorial, BSFA a la mejor novela y Ditmar australiano. La novela trata sobre la posibilidad de emitir un mensaje por medio de los taquiones (unas hipotéticas partículas que viajan a mayor velocidad que la luz) hacia el pasado. El motivo es que en 1998 los océanos están muy contaminados, lo que ha provocado una catástrofe medioambiental y económica. Esta novela dio a Benford fama mundial e impulsó definitivamente su carrera. (es)
  • Timescape is a 1980 novel by science fiction writer Gregory Benford (with unbilled co-author Hilary Foister, Benford's sister-in-law, who is credited as having "contributed significantly to the manuscript"). It won the 1980 Nebula and British Science Fiction Awards, and the 1981 John W. Campbell Memorial Award for Best Science Fiction Novel. The novel was widely hailed by both critics of science fiction and mainstream literature for its fusion of detailed character development and interpersonal drama with more standard science fiction fare such as time travel and ecological issues. (en)
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  • Timescape (en)
  • Cronopaisaje (es)
  • Un paysage du temps (fr)
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