Frases de Theodore Sturgeon

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Theodore Sturgeon

Fecha de nacimiento: 26. Febrero 1918
Fecha de muerte: 8. Mayo 1985

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Theodore Sturgeon fue un autor de ciencia ficción estadounidense. Nacido Edward Hamilton Waldo en Staten Island, 1929, después de un divorcio su madre se casó con William Sturgeon, y Edward cambió su nombre por el de Theodore que compatibilizaba mejor con su apodo, «Ted».

A pesar de ser un desconocido entre el gran público, tanto la calidad de su prosa como lo original de sus planteamientos le convirtieron en una influencia determinante para escritores como Ray Bradbury o Samuel R. Delany.

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Frases Theodore Sturgeon

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„We don’t believe anything we don’t want to believe.“

—  Theodore Sturgeon
Context: That’s fairly common. We don’t believe anything we don’t want to believe. Chapter 2 “Baby is Three”, p. 94

„The idiot heard the sounds, but they had no meaning for him.“

—  Theodore Sturgeon
Context: The idiot heard the sounds, but they had no meaning for him. He lived inside somewhere, apart, and the little link between word and significance hung broken. Chapter 1 “The Fabulous Idiot”, p. 1

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„90% of everything is crap.“

—  Theodore Sturgeon
Context: I repeat Sturgeon's Revelation, which was wrung out of me after twenty years of wearying defense of science fiction against attacks of people who used the worst examples of the field for ammunition, and whose conclusion was that ninety percent of it is crud. The Revelation: Ninety percent of everything is crud. Corollary 1: The existence of immense quantities of trash in science fiction is admitted and it is regrettable; but it is no more unnatural than the existence of trash anywhere. Corollary 2: The best science fiction is as good as the best fiction in any field. Venture Science Fiction (March 1958) The original expression of this has often been declared to have been "Sure, ninety percent of science fiction is crud. That's because ninety percent of everything is crud." According to Philip Klass Sturgeon made the remark during a talk at New York University around 1951. It has also commonly appeared in variant forms such as "Ninety percent of everything is crap" and is often referred to as "Sturgeon's Law" — though he himself gave that title to another phrase:

„Science fiction, outside of poetry, is the only literary field which has no limits, no parameters whatsoever.“

—  Theodore Sturgeon
Context: Science fiction, outside of poetry, is the only literary field which has no limits, no parameters whatsoever. You can go not only into the future, but into that wonderful place called "other", which is simply another universe, another planet, another species. As quoted in an interview with David Duncan http://www.physics.emory.edu/~weeks/misc/duncan.html

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