ANALOG I by John W.- Ed. Campbell

ANALOG I

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This editor's belief that science fiction is intellectually strenuous is substantiated by some of the stories in this collection which are demanding but there's a certain amount of humor and relaxation as well- particularly in Teddy Keller's The Plague, its carrier a postage stamp; R.R. Fehrenbach's parody-playback Remember the Alamo; Gordon Dickson's world looking for new homes for humanity, who defeats an alien with Lloyd Biggie Jr.'s Monument in which a great man, dying, leaves a protective legacy to the paradisical planet he discovers... These and others provide a resilient and versatile collection as a successor to Prologue to Analog (1962).

Pub Date: Feb. 8th, 1962
Publisher: Doubleday