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Scortia, Thomas N. "Sea Change" (vt "The Shores of Night"). Astounding June 1956. Coll. Caution! Inflammable! New York: Doubleday, 1975. Rpt. Human-Machines, q.v. under Anthologies.

Described as a cyborg-spaceship story in the manner of A. McCaffrey's Helva stories (q.v.), by B. Stableford in S. F. Ency., "Cyborgs," and by J.J. Pierce (manuscript).


CAUTION: "Sea Change" title not unique.


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