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Volume 44, Number 2, Whole Number 261 Contents: Poul Anderson - The Problem of Pain Joanna Russ - Books Carol Carr - Wally A Deux Gahan Wilson - Cartoon Leo P. Kelley - Song Baird Searles - Films Lisa Tuttle - Dollburger Robert Aickman - Pages From A Young Girl's Journal David S. Garnett - Da Capo Isaac Asimov - Science: Through the Micro-Glass Paul Darcy Boles - Droodspell Cover by Be Volume 44, Number 2, Whole Number 261 Contents: Poul Anderson - The Problem of Pain Joanna Russ - Books Carol Carr - Wally A Deux Gahan Wilson - Cartoon Leo P. Kelley - Song Baird Searles - Films Lisa Tuttle - Dollburger Robert Aickman - Pages From A Young Girl's Journal David S. Garnett - Da Capo Isaac Asimov - Science: Through the Micro-Glass Paul Darcy Boles - Droodspell Cover by Bert Tanner for "The Problem of Pain"


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Volume 44, Number 2, Whole Number 261 Contents: Poul Anderson - The Problem of Pain Joanna Russ - Books Carol Carr - Wally A Deux Gahan Wilson - Cartoon Leo P. Kelley - Song Baird Searles - Films Lisa Tuttle - Dollburger Robert Aickman - Pages From A Young Girl's Journal David S. Garnett - Da Capo Isaac Asimov - Science: Through the Micro-Glass Paul Darcy Boles - Droodspell Cover by Be Volume 44, Number 2, Whole Number 261 Contents: Poul Anderson - The Problem of Pain Joanna Russ - Books Carol Carr - Wally A Deux Gahan Wilson - Cartoon Leo P. Kelley - Song Baird Searles - Films Lisa Tuttle - Dollburger Robert Aickman - Pages From A Young Girl's Journal David S. Garnett - Da Capo Isaac Asimov - Science: Through the Micro-Glass Paul Darcy Boles - Droodspell Cover by Bert Tanner for "The Problem of Pain"

9 review for The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, February 1973 (The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, #261)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Leroy Erickson

    This issue has a pretty good collection of stories. Poul Anderson - The Problem of Pain - 3 stars - A man's experience with an alien civilization on their planet challenges his religious beliefs. An OK story. Carol Carr - Wally A Deux - 4 stars - Two women are close friends. One of them meets a man who she considers to be perfect, the man she wants to marry. When her friend meets him, she also considers him to be perfect. He asks both of them to marry him. How can that be resolved? Leo P. Kelley - This issue has a pretty good collection of stories. Poul Anderson - The Problem of Pain - 3 stars - A man's experience with an alien civilization on their planet challenges his religious beliefs. An OK story. Carol Carr - Wally A Deux - 4 stars - Two women are close friends. One of them meets a man who she considers to be perfect, the man she wants to marry. When her friend meets him, she also considers him to be perfect. He asks both of them to marry him. How can that be resolved? Leo P. Kelley - Song - 3 stars - A mountain man tells the story of a woman he once knew who is the subject of a song that he wrote. Lisa Tuttle - Dollburger - 4 stars - A little girl's doll disappears when she leaves it on the floor in her house. Her father tells her that since she didn't take care of it, strange men came and ate it. She is then afraid that all of her dolls are going to be eaten. A mild horror story. Robert Aickman - Pages From A Young Girl's Journal - 4 stars - A strange variation on vampire stories that kind of creeps up on you. Well done. David S. Garnett - Da Capo - 4 stars - In the far future where the sea level has risen and civilization has fallen, the human race survives on the little islands of metal girders that stick up out of the sea. An odd story. Isaac Asimov - Science: Through the Micro-Glass - 4 stars - An article on the men who first discovered and isolated bacteria and viruses and learned how to cure and prevent diseases based on them. Paul Darcy Boles - Droodspell - 5 stars - Charles Dickens agonizes over how to write the ending of his last book, "The Mystery of Edwin Drood". He remembers a silly claim that a workman had made about a way to travel into the future, and decides to try it in order to see how he finished the book. An interesting story.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ashby Albright

  3. 5 out of 5

    Scott Walker

  4. 5 out of 5

    jennet wheatstonelllsl

  5. 5 out of 5

    Tina

  6. 4 out of 5

    Michael Joseph Schumann

  7. 4 out of 5

    Dax

  8. 4 out of 5

    Dante

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Crowl

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