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    Robert A. Heinlein. Assignment in Eternity. Reading, Pennsylvania: Fantasy Press, [1953].

    First edition. Octavo. 255 [256] pages.

    Publisher's red cloth covers with the spine lettered and ruled in gilt. Illustrated dust jacket designed by Ric Binkley. Slightly rubbed jacket, some tiny closed tears to the edges of the jacket. Altogether a near fine copy.

    In this work, Robert Anson Heinlein (1907 - 1988) published four novellas together: Fulf first published on the pages of Astounding Science Fiction between October and November of 1949, Lost Legacy first published in November of 1941 in Super Science Stories as Lost Legion by Lyle Monroe, Elsewhen published in Astounding Science Fiction as Elsewhere by Cale Saunders in September of 1941, and Jerry Was a Man first appearing in the October 1947 issue of Thrilling Wonder Stories as Jerry Is a Man.


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