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The Hugo Winners: Volume Three (1971-1975) (1977)

by Isaac Asimov

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Ship of Shadows
Ill Met in Lankham
Slow Sculpture (World's Best Sf 1971)
Queen of Air & Darkness
Inconsistant Moon (Sun Shines Bright)
What the World is Forest
Goat Song (1973)
Meeting (Nemesis)
Euemi's Dream
The Girl Who Was Plugged in
Deathbird (1974)
Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas
Song for Lya (1975)
Adrift Just Off the Islets of Langerhous
Hole Man ( )
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15 Stories: Ship of Shadows (Leiber); Ill Met in Lankhmar (Leiber); Slow Sculpture (Sturgeon); The Queen of Air and Darkness (Anderson); Inconstant Moon (Niven); The Word for World Is Forest (Le Guin); Goat Song (Anderson); The Meeting (Pohl and Kornbluth); Eurema's Dam (Lafferty); The Girl Who Was Plugged In (Tiptree); The Deathbird (Ellison); The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas (Le Guin); A Song for Lya (Martin); Adrift Off the Islets of Langerhans: Latitude 38 54' N, Longitude 77 00' 13" W (Ellison); The Hole Man (Niven).
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Fifteen prize-winning science fiction stories.

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