By Theodore Sturgeon
Kurt Vonnegut cites Theodore Sturgeon because the concept for his personality Kilgore Trout. This quantity contains 12 tales from 1953, thought of Sturgeon's golden period. between them are such favorites because the identify tale, "The Silken-Swift," "A manner of Thinking," "The darkish Room," "The Clinic," and "The international good Lost," a narrative very sooner than its time in advocating homosexual rights.
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Chance. It might have been others. We -- we finished, and then we came up to the surface and started back along the ridge. That was when we saw them, the Davids. We understood right away. We had seen the photos of the First Variety, the Wounded Soldier. Our Commissar distributed them to us with an explanation. If we had gone another step they would have seen us. As it was we had to blast two Davids before we got back. There were hundreds of them, all around. Like ants. " "They're not so much when you catch them alone.
Tasso led him rapidly away, her eyes intense and bright, watching for claws that had escaped the blast. One David came out of the rolling clouds of flame. Tasso blasted it. No more appeared. "But Klaus. " Hendricks stopped, standing unsteadily. " They retreated, moving farther and farther away from the bunker. A few small claws followed them for a little while and then gave up, turning back and going off. At last Tasso stopped. " Hendricks sat down on some heaps of debris. He wiped his neck, gasping.
They were living things, spinning, creeping, shaking themselves up suddenly from the gray ash and darting towards a man, climbing up him, rushing for his throat. And that was what they had been designed to do. Their job. They did their job well. Especially lately, with the new designs coming up. Now they repaired themselves. They were on their own. Radiation tabs protected the UN troops, but if a man lost his tab he was fair game for the claws, no matter what his uniform. Down below the surface automatic machinery stamped them out.
A Saucer of Loneliness (The Complete Stories of Theodore Sturgeon, Volume 7) by Theodore Sturgeon