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My fascination with cloning borders on the morbid. It’s akin to my terrible habit of looking up my symptoms on WebMD and diagnosing myself with meningitis. 847 more words

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Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang, Kate Wilhelm

Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang, Kate Wilhelm (1976)
Review by admiral ironbombs

I knew Wilhelm was the wife of famed editor-critic Damon Knight, I’ve seen other SF bloggers write glowing praise for her novels, and I’ve enjoyed a few of her short fiction in the not too distant past. 1,172 more words

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Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang

Summary: It’s another end of the world story in Kate Wilhelm’s Where Late the Sweet Birds sang and the only solution for the human race is to embrace the science of cloning. 681 more words

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Where Late The Sweet Birds Sang, Kate Wilhelm

Where Late The Sweet Birds Sang, Kate Wilhelm (1976)
Review by Paul Weimer

“What is right for the community is right even unto death for the individual.

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Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang: A Novel (1974) by Kate Wilhelm

This 1977 Hugo winner about cloning is a powerful dystopic vision that addresses common social themes, such as the constriction of society, the strength of the individual, and the power of imagination. 439 more words

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Review: Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang by Kate Wilhelm

**SPOILER ALERT – THIS BOOK IS COMPLEX AND COMPELLING. READ IT BEFORE YOU READ THIS. UNLESS YOU DON’T MIND SPOILERS. WHATEVER FLOATS YOUR BOAT.**

Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang is a 254-page novel published by Harper & Row in 1976 written by Kate Wilhelm. 1,288 more words

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Jen K's #CBR5 Review #56: Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang by Kate Wilhelm

I actually picked this novel up at the college bookstore back when I was a college senior because it was being used in a class I didn’t have room for in my schedule. 300 more words

3 Stars – A Good Book