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Penrod

In the Arena

In Homespun

Essays (Second Series)

by Ralph Waldo Emerson

A collection of essays: The poet, Experience, Character, Manners, Gifts, Nature, Politics, Nominalist and realist & New England reformers.

Crystallized Thought

Membership Drive

by Murray F. Yaco

Want to join our secret organization? Well, first you have to pass the tests.

Breakaway

by Stanley Gimble

She surely got her wish ... but there was some question about getting what she wanted.

Longevity

The Duc de L'Omelette

Back to Julie

by Richard Wilson

The side-shuffle is no dance step. It's the choice between making time ... and doing time!

Fair and Warmer

by E. G. von Wald

Tensor's melancholia threatened to disturb the entire citizenry, and that was most uncivil! So—if these peculiar aliens caused him this distress, by provoking his intellectual curiosity, the remedy was for...

A Thought For Tomorrow

by Robert E. Gilbert

Any intolerable problem has a way out—the more impossible, the likelier it is sometimes!

The Reluctant Weapon

by Howard L. Myers

A live weapon is a downright liability ... it's all too apt to get qualms of conscience!

Brknk's Bounty

by Gerald Allan Sohl

From a feature writer to feature attraction—now there's a real booze-to-riches success story!

Student Body

by Floyd L. Wallace

When a really infallible scientific bureau makes a drastically serious error, the data must be wrong ... but wrong in what way?

The Inhabited

by Richard Wilson

Containing a foe is sound military thinking—unless it's carried out so literally that everybody becomes an innocent Trojan Horse!

The Junkmakers

by Albert Teichner

Eric was the best robot they'd ever had--perfectly trained, ever thoughtful, a joy to own. Naturally they had to destroy him!

What Need of Man?

by Harold Calin

Bannister was a rocket scientist. He started with the premise of testing man's reaction to space probes under actual conditions; but now he was just testing space probes—and man was a necessary evil to contend...

All Day Wednesday

by Richard Olin

Practically everybody would agree that this is Utopia....

With a Vengeance

by J. B. Woodley

Keep this in mind in teaching apprentices: They are future journeymen—and even masters!