"Astounding Science Fiction" (British Edition), November 1956 (ed John W Campbell) (magazine, free): Annotated table of contents & review
Table of contents.
- [novelette] Eric Frank Russell's "Plus X" (A); humor: Didn't you know that humans can only exist in pairs?
- [novelette] Robert Silverberg & Randall Garrett's "The Chosen People" (as by Robert Randall) (A): Teaching the scientific method to deeply tradition bound.
- [ss] Poul Anderson's "The Live Coward" (B): Cop catches a fugitive in colorful circumstances.
- [ss] Algis Budrys's "The Peasant Girl" (as by Paul Janvier) (B): Humans are supermen to supermen!
- [ss] Thomas N Scortia's "Sea Change": 'Of course, everybody knows what "being human" means--it's just that they can't define it, but of course they know what it means..."
Fact sheet.Labeled: Vol XII, No 11.
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Related: Stories from the Astounding/Analog issues edited by John Campbell, old "pulps", 1950s.