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Anthology of stories from "The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction." These are by giants in the S-F field such as Daniel Keyes ( of Flowers for Algernon" fame) , but also more conventional authors such as Allen Drury, who wrote "Advise and Consent." Seventeen stories. Anthology of stories from "The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction." These are by giants in the S-F field such as Daniel Keyes ( of Flowers for Algernon" fame) , but also more conventional authors such as Allen Drury, who wrote "Advise and Consent." Seventeen stories.


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Anthology of stories from "The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction." These are by giants in the S-F field such as Daniel Keyes ( of Flowers for Algernon" fame) , but also more conventional authors such as Allen Drury, who wrote "Advise and Consent." Seventeen stories. Anthology of stories from "The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction." These are by giants in the S-F field such as Daniel Keyes ( of Flowers for Algernon" fame) , but also more conventional authors such as Allen Drury, who wrote "Advise and Consent." Seventeen stories.

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Tim

    This is one of my old, musty S-F books I’ve had for a long time (copyright 1960). I like a lot of short fiction, S-F being no exception. This is a compilation of stories from the periodical “The Magazine of Science Fiction and Fantasy.” This volume contains 17 stories, most by more well-known writers of the day such as Poul Anderson and Katherine MacLean, but also some surprises such as the very short story, “Something,” about a creepy entity in a library, of all placeas (more in the horror genr This is one of my old, musty S-F books I’ve had for a long time (copyright 1960). I like a lot of short fiction, S-F being no exception. This is a compilation of stories from the periodical “The Magazine of Science Fiction and Fantasy.” This volume contains 17 stories, most by more well-known writers of the day such as Poul Anderson and Katherine MacLean, but also some surprises such as the very short story, “Something,” about a creepy entity in a library, of all placeas (more in the horror genre than S-F), by Allen Drury, who is better known for “Advise and Consent” and “A God Against the Gods/Return to Thebes.” My favorites, in addition to “Something,” are “Double, Double, Toil and Trouble, by Holley Cantine, about a magician who both leaves and then returns to the field; “The Replacement, by Robert Murray, about a soldier sent up to the front, who is much more than he seems; and “The Fellow Who Married the Maxill Girl,” by Ward Moore, about said fellow who is a hard worker, with no discernible vices, who somehow just shows up in a backwoods farming community and with whom the daughter of a farmer becomes enamored, a bittersweet tale of rejection, love and acceptance. Each story is introduced by the editor, Robert P. Mills, who speaks more of the author than the story. Very enjoyable, recommended.

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