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Theodore Sturgeon Biography

This Biography consists of approximately 10 pages of information about the life of Theodore Sturgeon.
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Best known for his novel More than Human and for his Nebula and Hugo Award-winning short story "Slow Sculpture," Theodore Sturgeon wrote over two hundred novels and short stories in his fifty-year career and was one of a handful of science-fiction writers whose work revolutionized the genre. Sturgeon did not emphasize hard science in his novels and stories; instead his trademark became the explication of human relationships, especially the examination of love in all its forms.

Beginning as a pulp writer in the late 1930s, Sturgeon saw his career bloom during science fiction's "Golden Age," a period in the 1940s when many of the genre's most popular writers came to prominence. Sturgeon published his stories in such influential magazines as Astounding Science Fiction and Unknown. His stream-of-consciousness technique, concern for humane values, and ability to create unlikely characters and situations, earned him many fans and influenced a score...

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