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Jackson, Charles Loring

(1847-1935) US chemist, influential academic and author, whose The Gold Point and Other Strange Stories (coll 1926) contains several sf tales, including "The Cube", about an amoeba-like Monster capable of imitating human form and Identity Transfer, and "An Undiscovered Island in the Far Sea", in which two strange interrelated intelligent species are discovered on a Pacific Island. [JC]

Charles Loring Jackson

born Boston, Massachusetts: 4 April 1847

died Boston, Massachusetts: 31 October 1935



Entry from The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction edited by John Clute, David Langford, Peter Nicholls and Graham Sleight.
Accessed 19:24 pm on 3 August 2020.