More Than Human by Theodore Sturgeon
The knock on 1950s-era science fiction is that it is poorly written, all plot and platitudes (sounds like a Jane Austen title, huh?) with too little sense and sensibility. Characters are as thin as the pulp paper they inhabit; the prose is functional, relentlessly pushing the storyline forward, without elegance or subtlety; and everything in the tale op…
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