Sprague De Camp's New Anthology of Science Fiction

Sprague de Camp's New Anthology of Science Fiction is a 1953 collection of science fiction stories by L. Sprague de Camp and edited by H. J. Campbell, first published in both hardcover and paperback by Panther Books.

The book contains six short works of fiction by the author, the first two of them stories in his Viagens Interplanetarias series uncollected elsewhere.

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