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View or edit your browsing history. Get to Know Us. English Choose a language for shopping. I read the short stories in the mid 70s first and then read Norstrilia right after. Others to whom I've recommended Smith read it in the other order. No one was disappointed! By the way, one of the reasons to read Smith if you love SF is that many of the past and current masters of the genre e.
Reading Smith is really opening a door to imagination - grounded in strange people and strange societies that for all their strangeness are strangely familiar!