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Robert Sobel's "For Want of a Nail" is written in the form of a history textbook that describes an alternate world in which the British won at Saratoga in The book proceeds in our timeline through the colonial era and the start of the Revolution, then diverges with the colonists' loss at Saratoga/5(34).
For Want of a Nail is a singular work in published alternate history. Unlike the masses of fictional works set in alternate worlds, and the occasional description of an alternate history for the purposes of overt what-if questions and roleplaying sourcebooks, its format is of a nonfiction book from an alternate world.4/5.
For Want of a Nail is a Hugo award-winning short story by Kowal. The Kindle download also includes the original draft of the story she did as part of a writing exercise. For Want of a Nail is a science fiction story that takes place on a “generation ship,” where resources are very closely tracked and managed/5(22).
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"For Want of a Nail" by Mary Robinette Kowal, originally appeared in the September issue of Asimov's Magazine. It became a finalist for the Hugo award for short story in However, the story started out with a very different plot.
All that remains are two characters and one scene. For Want of a Nail is an alternate history classic. The outcome of one battle in the American Revolution diverges from reality, and sparks an unstoppable chain of events which affects the history of the whole North American continent.
In reality, the British general John Burgoyne, heavily outnumbered by American troops, surrendered his army to. “For Want of a Nail” is a popular nursery rhyme and proverb, dating back to the 14th century. The words of this meaningful say, can teach our children the simple fact that each of our actions, no matter how unimportant we think they are, will have a consequence.
Another counterfactual history, but this time one meant as entertainment. I haven't read this book, but I may get around to it at some point. For Want of a Nail: If Burgoyne Had Won at Saratoga By Robert Sobel First Published Greenhill Books, Pages, US$ ISBN 1. And it was all for the want of a nail Tell me what else could the answer be Don't hold back now Give me all your love Just a little more love A little tiny bit of love Submit Corrections.
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London: Secker & Warburg, (OCoLC) Document Type. This is the Hugo award-winning short story, "For Want of a Nail" with some bonus content. Read the author's notes, along with the original first draft which has a completely different plot.
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