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Far Boundaries edited by August Derleth

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Here are 18 S.F. stories from the earliest to the latest - a rich haul from a rich vein. The first story, written in 1787, is about a journey to the moon. It stands up well to the critical standards of today. Many of these tales will be new to the Science Fiction reader; all merit rereading. Strange, fantastic, exciting, they cover every type of Science Fiction. Get ready to enjoy yourself...there are some new and disturbing experiences waiting for you here!

PART ONE: PRIMITIVES
From a Private Mad-House - Humphrey Repton
Missing One's Coach: An Anachronism - anonymous
The Last American - J. A. Mitchell

PART TWO: MID-PERIOD PIECES
Infinity Zero - Donald Wandrei
Frankenstein-Unlimited - H. A. Highstone
Open Sesame! - Stephen Grendon
Tepondicon - Carl Jacobi
The Fear Planet - Robert Bloch

PART THREE: THE CONTEMPORARY SCENE
De Profundis - Murray Leinster
Invasion - Frank Benknap Long
Dear Pen Pal - A. E. van Vogt
Time to Rest - John Beynon Harris
An Ounce of Prevention - Paul Carter
The Song of the Peewee - Stephen Gordon
And Lo! The Bird - Nelson Bond
Vignettes of Tomorrow - Ray Bradbury
The Man Who Rode the Saucer - Kenyon Holmes
Later Than You Think - Fritz Leiber

 

Publisher (Year): Sphere (1967)
Binding (ISBN): Paperback (n/a)
Cover Art: n/a

Condition: Good. Very light creasing to spine, rubbing to edges and corners, vertical creases to front cover near spine, some light vertical creases to rear cover corner.

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