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James Dugan • 148 Items / 7 Books, 50 Articles, 91 Reviews
Man Under the Sea (1956)
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    Beneath the Brine (Review)
    Man Under the Sea, by James Dugan
    1. Man Under the Sea by James Dugan
    The Saturday Review, May 12, 1956, p. 17
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    Books (6 Reviews)
    Man Under the Sea, by James Dugan
    1. Man Under the Sea by James Dugan
    2. Hydrospace by Martin Caidin
    3. The Abyss by C.P. Idyll
    4. Invisible Horizons by Vincent H. Gaddis
    5. Of Time and Space and Other Things by Isaac Asimov
    6. Man on Another World by Gosta Ehrensvard
    The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, December 1965, pp. 32-34
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    Galaxy's Five Star Shelf (9 Reviews)
    Forbidden Area, by Pat Frank
    1. Forbidden Area by Pat Frank
    2. Machine Translation of Languages by William N. Locke and A. Donald Booth
    3. 1999: Our Hopeful Future~~Nineteen-Ninety-Nine: Our Hopeful Future by Victor Cohn
    4. The Bright Phoenix by Harold Mead
    5. Atlantis - The Mystery Unravelled by Jurgen Spanuth
    6. Between the Planets by Fletcher G. Watson
    7. Man Under the Sea by James Dugan
    8. Man and the Underwater World by Pierre de Latil and Jean Rivoire
    9. Flying Saucers and Common Sense by Waveney Girvan
    Galaxy Science Fiction, November 1956, pp. 68-71
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    Briefly Noted (9 Reviews)
    1. King James VI and I by D. Harris Willson
    2. Minority Report by H.L. Mencken
    3. Man Under the Sea by James Dugan
    4. America, I Like You by P.G. Wodehouse
    5. At Home in India by Cynthia Bowles
    6. Napoleon I by Albert Leon Guerard
    7. Language, Thought, and Reality by John B. Carroll and Benjamin Lee Whorf
    8. D. H. Lawrence: Novelist by F.R. Leavis
    9. Toscanini and the Art of Orchestral Performance by Robert Charles Marsh
    The New Yorker, May 26, 1956, pp. 141-146