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Conditionally Human: 3 Science Fiction Novellas (original 1962; edition 1962)

by Walter M. Miller Jr., Richard Powers (Illustrator)

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Title:Conditionally Human: 3 Science Fiction Novellas
Authors:Walter M. Miller Jr.
Other authors:Richard Powers (Illustrator)
Info:Ballantine Books (1962), Edition: 1ST, Mass Market Paperback, 191 pages
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He knew there was no use hanging around after breakfast, but he could not bear leaving her like this.
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There are, apart from the stand-alone novelette with the same name, TWO Conditionally Human collections, this -the first one- has just three stories.
Do not confuse this title with "Conditionally Human ''and Other Stories''" - that has more in it.
The other (ISBN 0-552-11991-1) is an abridged collection from The Best of Walter M. Miller, Jr. and has six stories. / Hugo Award (Novelette 1955) for The Darfsteller
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Getting there may be half the fun ... but it is also all of a society's chance of survival!

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