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The Underpeople

Cordwainer Smith

The Underpeople were mutated from animal stock to serve mankind. They lived Deepdown in the forgotten corridors and caverns of Old Earth, servants to the men who bred them in their own image.

But even the Underpeople dream - and often have strange powers. And now they have a strange ally in the richest man who ever lived: the man who owned the whole planet.

Ingathering: The Complete People Stories of Zenna Henderson

The People

Zenna Henderson

A collection of all of Henderson's stories of the People (interstellar refugees), including one "Michal Without," which is published here for the first time.

Table of Contents:

  • Introduction - (1995) - essay by Priscilla Olson
  • Lea 1 - (1961)
  • Ararat - (1952)
  • Lea 2 - (1961)
  • Gilead - (1954)
  • Lea 3 - (1961)
  • Pottage - (1955)
  • Lea 4 - (1961)
  • Wilderness - (1957)
  • Lea 5 - (1961)
  • Captivity - (1958)
  • Lea 6 - (1961)
  • Jordan - (1959)
  • No Different Flesh - (1965)
  • Mark & Meris 1 - (1995)
  • Deluge - (1963)
  • Mark & Meris 2 - (1995)
  • Angels Unawares - (1966)
  • Mark & Meris 3 - (1995)
  • Troubling of the Water - (1966)
  • Mark & Meris 4 - (1995)
  • Return - (1961)
  • Mark & Meris 5 - (1995)
  • Shadow on the Moon - (1962)
  • Tell Us a Story - (1980)
  • That Boy - (1971)
  • Michal Without - (1995)
  • The Indelible Kind - (1968)
  • Katie-Mary's Trip - (1975)
  • The People Series - (1980)
  • Chronology of the People Stories - (1995) - essay by Mark L. Olson and Priscilla Olson

Pilgrimage: The Book of the People

The People

Zenna Henderson

They were feared as witches and demons...

They possessed superhuman powers...

They could read minds, free objects from gravity, fly through the air...

They lived alone and outcast in an isolated canyon...

They were THE PEOPLE!

The People: No Different Flesh

The People

Zenna Henderson

Table of Contents:

  • No Different Flesh - (1965)
  • Deluge - (1963)
  • Angels Unawares - (1966)
  • Troubling of the Water - (1966)
  • Return - (1961)
  • Shadow on the Moon - (1962)