Isaac Asimov Presents The Great SF Stories 21 (1959) is the twenty-first volume of Isaac Asimov Presents The Great SF Stories, which is a series of short story collections, edited by Isaac Asimov and Martin H. Greenberg, which attempts to list the great science fiction stories from the Golden Age of Science Fiction. They date the Golden Age as beginning in 1939 and lasting until 1963.
This volume was originally published by DAW books in June 1990.
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