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• “D-99” used to be initially released in 1962. Copyright © 1962 through H. B. Fyfe.
• “Let There Be Light” initially seemed in If Worlds of technology Fiction, Nov. 1952.
• “Manners of the Age” initially seemed in Galaxy technology Fiction, March 1952.
• “Luna Escapade” initially seemed in Orbit, vol. 1 no. 2, 1953.
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• “Yes, Sir! ” initially seemed in Startling tales, Sept. 1951. Copyright © 1951 by means of C. B. S. guides, the patron publishing department of C. B. S. , Inc. Copyright © renewed 1979. (Reneal #RE0000020295. ) Reprinted through permission of the property of H. B. Fyfe.

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Well, we must say good-by! It’s eight versts from here to the town. What are you going to do? ” Chelkash’s face was radiant with a good-humoredly sly smile, and altogether he had the air of a man who had thought of something very pleasant for himself and a sur­ prise to Gavrila. Thrusting his hand into his pocket, he rustled the notes there. “No—I—am not coming. I—” Gavrila gasped, and seemed choking with something. Chelkash looked at him in perplexity. ” he asked. “Why—” But Gavrila’s face flushed, then turned gray, and he moved irresolutely, as though he were half longing to throw himself on Chelkash, or half torn by some desire, the attainment of which was hard for him.

After living through such terror twice that night, he dreaded now having to go through it a third time, and longed for one thing only—to make an end quickly of this accursed task, to get on to land, and to run away from this man, before he really did kill him, or get him into prison. He resolved not to speak to him about anything, not to contradict him, to do all he told him, and, if he should succeed in getting successfully quit of him, to pay for a thanksgiving service to be said tomorrow to Nikolai the Wonder-worker.

How did* you get round me, mate, eh? It’s a sin! Why, you’re ruining a man’s soul! ” Chelkash asked grimly. “Eh? ” He was amused by the youth’s terror, and he enjoyed it and the sense that he, Chelkash, was a terrible person. “Shady doings, mate. Let me go, for God’s sake! What am I to you, eh? ” “Hold your tongue, do! If you weren’t wanted, I shouldn’t have taken you. Do you understand? ” Gavrila sighed. “Come, come! ” Chelkash cut him short. seat, yet rowed vigorously, desperately. The boat shot on like an arrow.

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