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THE GREAT SF STORIES (22) Twenty-Two - 1960: Voices of Time; Handler; Mind Partner; Chief; I...

THE GREAT SF STORIES (22) Twenty-Two - 1960: Voices of Time; Handler; Mind Partner; Chief; I Remember Babylon; Lady Who Sailed the Soul; Make Mine Homogenized; Mine Own Ways; Fellow Who Married The Maxill Girl; Day the Icicle Works Closed; Mariana

Asimov, Isaac; Greenberg, Martin H. (editors) (J. G. Ballard; Damon Knight; Christopher Anvil; Henry Slesar; Arthur C. Clarke; Cordwainer Smith; Rick Raphael; Richard McKenna; Ward Moore; Frederick Pohl; Fritz Leiber)

New York: DAW Books, 1991. 348 pp. DAW Collectors Book 871. Light edge and corner wear with a slightly faded but uncreased spine; no interior markings. Cover art by Angus McKie. This anthology contains: The Voices of Time by J. G. Ballard; The Handler by Damon Knight; Mind Partner by Christopher Anvil; Chief by Henry Slesar; I Remember Babylon by Arthur C. Clarke; The Lady Who Sailed the Soul by Cordwainer Smith; Make Mine Homogenized by Rick Raphael; Mine Own Ways by Richard McKenna; The Fellow Who Married The Maxill Girl by Ward Moore; The Day the Icicle Works Closed by Frederick Pohl; and Mariana by Fritz Leiber.. First Canadian Edition. Paperback. Very Good. Illus. by Angus McKie;.

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