The Best of Pamela Sargent
Pamela Sargent is one of the most respected contemporary SF writers. Ursula LeGuin has praised her writing as "extremely realistic, humane and well-proportioned". These 14 short stories, written over a span of 13 years, explore new ground in the relation between the sexes.
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