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The Prince Commands (1934)

by Andre Norton

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Written under the psueodnym of Andrew North, because a woman cannot write science fiction - this little tale is a bit different, as it is not Sci fi, or really even fantasy. It is an early foray into adventure fiction. ( )
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Here, John, is your story of "impossible things."

Once, some few years ago, a boy begged a story of me. It was to be of "sword fights and impossible things." I complied as best I could with this imaginary tale of Courts and Castles, Crown Princes and Communists. The telling of it was not in days or weeks, but in months. However, I fulfilled my promise.
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"D'you know," Michael Karl flicked the chin of the boy in the mirror lightly with the thong of his riding crop, "d'you know that you're an awful disappointment and rather a failure?"
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The Prince Commands was originally published in hardback under the pseudonym Andrew North, because after all, it was impossible for a woman to write good science fiction!
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