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  • The Last Mimzy is based on the classic short story by Lewis Padgett a pseudonym for two other authors called Mimsy Were the Borogoves link to a very worthwhile classic sci-fi collection, including this story.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • (Also like that the Masons show up.) Jerry Mimsy (Quote)

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Why?

  • #10 Mimsy, anyone who wears disposable diapers for pleasure does not get the right to boast about how environmentally friendly they are.

    Regretsy – Oh Baby

  • We're just about to start using a DSpace repository for collections data - object metadata, media files and metadata and information record (people, places, events, publications) metadata - for selected records from our Mimsy XG collections management system; and I think an OpenSearch service would make the data a lot more findable and possibly a lot more useable.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • This wretched, self-serious, self-righteous, pointless bit of science fiction detritus is based on a short story universally acknowledged as a classic of the genre, "Mimsy Were the Borogoves" by Henry Kuttner and Katherine L. Moore.

    Movie Review: The Last Mimzy

  • Of course, it's a Hollywood-ized version of the classic short story, Mimsy Were The Borogroves, by Henry Knutter, which I found to be a bit creepy and disturbing.

    March 2007

  • "Repent" is all right, but I Have No Mouth would be in my top 3 short stories of all times, together with Clarke's Sentinel and Kuttner's Mimsy Were the Borogoves.

    REVIEW: "Repent, Harlequin!" Said the Ticktockman by Harlan Ellison

  • The reason I mention this is because it has come up three times this week while web surfing: first in Michael Cassutt's The Canon of TV Sci-Fi, Part 2; second is a news item about The Mimzy, a movie based on Lewis Padgett's (Henry Kuttner's and C.L. Moore's) "Mimsy Were the Borogoves"; and third in this video posting from Pistol Wimp.

    January 2007

  • Mimsy Were the Borogoves by Lewis Padgett – two young children find a box of toys sent back in time from millions of years in the future. » Post Topic » Five Science Fiction Stories About Kids With Powerful Objects

  • Mimsy Were the Borogoves” is a 1943 science fiction novelette by Lewis Padgett. » Post Topic » Mimsy Were the Borogoves by Lewis Padgett


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