FEARING, Kenneth

FEARING, Kenneth
   US poet and novelist, known mainly for mysteries like The Big Clock (1946), a tale whose atmosphere adumbrates the film-noir tonality of later US fantasy. Within a mystery frame, The Loneliest Girl in the World (1951) is borderline sf. KG's only sf novel proper is Clark Gifford's Body(1942), which gravely and literately portrays a future US civil war.

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