Transcriber's Note: This e text was produced from Astounding Science Fiction, June, 1955. Extensive research did not uncover any evidence that the U.S. copyright on this publication was renewed.
AS LONG AS YOU WISH
If, somehow, you get trapped in a circular time system ... how long is the circumference of an infinitely retraced circle?
By JOHN O'KEEFE
Illustrated by van Dongen
The patient sat stiffly in the leather chair on the other side of the desk. Nervously he pressed a coin into the palm of one hand.
"Just start anywhere," I said, "and tell me all ...
An Ounce of Cure
The doctor's office was shiny and modern. Behind the desk the doctor smiled down at James Wheatley through thick glasses. "Now, then! What seems to be the trouble?"
Wheatley had been palpitating for five days straight at the prospect of coming here. "I know it's silly," he said. "But I've been having a pain in my toe."
"Indeed!" said the doctor. "Well, now! How long have you had this pain, my man?"
"About six months now, I'd say. Just now and then, you know. It's never really been bad. Until last week. You see "
"I see," said the doctor. "...
Don't believe in flying saucers? Neither do we, but that doesn't necessarily mean that there can be no other way for Earth to get its last....
WARNING FROM THE STARS
By RON COCKING
It was a beautifully machined container, shaped like a two pound chocolate candy box, the color and texture of lead. The cover fitted so accurately that it was difficult to see where it met the lip on the base.
Yet when Forster lifted the container from the desk in the security guards' office...
This etext was produced from Analog Science Fact & Fiction August
1961. Extensive research did not uncover any evidence that the
U.S. copyright on this publication was renewed.
In language translation, you...
WHEN THE WORLD SHOOK
Being an Account of the Great Adventure of Bastin, Bickley and Arbuthnot
by H. Rider Haggard
MY DEAR CURZON,
More than thirty years ago you tried to protect me, then a stranger to you, from one of the falsest and most malignant accusations ever made against a writer.
So complete was your exposure of the methods of those at work to blacken a person whom they knew to be innocent, that, as you will remember, they refused to publish your analysis which destroyed their charges and, incidentally, revealed the...
Transcriber's Note: Italics have been rendered using underscores and bold using =equals signs=. A number of printer's errors have been corrected, and are listed at the end.
Applied Psychology for Nurses ...
Transcriber's Notes: [Rx] in this text represents the symbol used today
to designate a prescription. [ounce] represents a symbol for ounce, a
symbol that looks like a short 7 on top of a 3. Words in Greek in the
original are transliterated and placed between plus signs. Words
italicized in the original are surrounded by underscores . A complete
list of corrections follows the text.
PRIMITIVE PSYCHO THERAPY
ROBERT MEANS LAWRENCE, M.D.
AUTHOR OF "THE MAGIC OF THE HORSE SHOE," ETC.
BOSTON AND NEW YORK
HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY
Much of this guide for young women is still valuable today. Despite mentions of tight lacing and other out of date matters, it contains many timeless principles. (Bria Snow)
THE YOUNG WOMAN'S GUIDE
William A. Alcott
[Illustration: Retirement, rural quiet, friendship, books, Ease and alternate labour, useful life, Progressive virtue, and approving Heaven! Thomson]
This work was begun, soon after the appearance of the Young Man's Guide and was partially announced to the public. For reasons, however, which I have not room to give in this plac...
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[n~], [l~l] (n with curl, crossed l: see below)
0 (Greek phi: see below)
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phi. It is shown here as 0 rather than the u...
[Illustration: Illustrated by SCATTERGOOD]
By ROBERT SHECKLEY
Destroying the spirit of the enemy is the goal of war and the aliens had the best way!
They never did discover whose fault it was. Fannia pointed out that if Donnaught had had the brains of an ox, as well as the build, he would have remembered to check the tanks. Donnaught, although twice as big as him, wasn't quite as fast with an insult. He intimated, after a little thought, that Fannia's nose might have obstructed his reading of the fuel gauge.
This still left them t...