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A weird sort of twist on time travel: bodies don't go, souls do, and have no memory of the time they came from. The bodies stay behind, catatonic.
An antiques dealer is dumped by the heroine in favor of the hero, and as a wedding present they receive a strange mirror that sends the heroine's soul to her ancestor's body. She has to be rescued before she is murdered, but how? Luckily, her scientist father is the smartest man in the world, and her fiancée is a two-fisted man of action.
An okay story that gradually becomes hard to believe at the end.
In a world where everyone rejuvenates every fifty years or so, people tired of living have to be very careful in order to make it to old age.
A story that is hard to figure out for a while, everyone seems to be doing bizarre things for which the reasons don't show up until later. It seems the solution to the couple's problem would have occurred to them a hundred years before, but oh, well.
A playful little Phil Dick story, lighter than most of his. The space ship is short on food and finds an animal that looks like a good source of meat. The problem is, it turns out to be highly intelligent. Still, the captain is sick of ship's rations. . . .
The story raises the interesting question, "when you kill a creature, are you killing its body, or its mind?"
A book trying to depict horror but could not do.very boring!
(1906) Humor (whimsical) /Short story (magazine)
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A hyperspace freighter with a valuable cargo is crippled while in hyperspace, its failing engines barely adequate to keep it from dropping into normal space. Its distress signal is answered surprisingly quickly, but the responding ship is much more interested in rescuing the cargo than the crew or ship.
A nice little battle of wits between the freighter captain and the pirate captain.
(1910) Humor (Inventor) / Short story
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