4 edition of John Wyndham: Creator of the Cosy Catastrophe: A Working Bibliography (Galactic Central: Bibliographies for the Avid Reader) found in the catalog.
John Wyndham: Creator of the Cosy Catastrophe: A Working Bibliography (Galactic Central: Bibliographies for the Avid Reader)
by Borgo Press
Written in English
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Index to all Snowdon pages Index to all references to Snowdon References to Snowdon Summary in chronological order (details below) The Illustrated Hand-book to North Wales included extracts from Pennant and The Beauties, Harmonies, and Sublimity of Nature ‘Pedestrian' wrote a series of articles for the Monmouthshire Merlin on a tour of Wales. Cosy catastrophe The "cosy catastrophe" is a name given to a style of post-apocalyptic science fiction that was particularly prevalent after World War II among British science fiction writers. A "cosy catastrophe" is typically one in which civilization (as we know it) comes to an end and everyone is killed except for a handful of survivors, who.
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There can be no doubt that John B. Harris is John Wyndham Parkes Lucas Beynon Harris. The style Phil. John Wyndham, Creator of the Cosy Catastrophe: A Working Bibliography. 2nd revised ed. Leeds: Galactic Central, Wells, H.G. The. John Wyndham: creator of the cosy catastrophe: a working bibliography / by Phil Stephensen-Payne Stephensen-Payne, Phil [ Book: ].
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ISBN: Released on: Ap Summary Bibliography: Phil Stephensen-Payne You are not logged in. If you create a free account and sign in, you will be able to customize what is displayed. John Wyndham: Creator of the Cosy Catastrophe: A Working Bibliography (Leeds, West Yorkshire: Galactic Central Publications, ) [bibliography: chap: exp rev vt of the above as by Stephensen-Payne alone: John Wyndham: #16 in the publisher's Bibliographies for the Avid Reader series: pb/nonpictorial].
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