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The prodigy son of a future father presents a difficult problem when he wants his own way about studying logic!--intro. [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Kuttner, Henry
Henry Kuttner USA (1914 - 1958) Husband of C L Moore aka Keith Hammond, Lawrence O'Donnell, Lewis Padgett Henry Kuttner was alone and in collaboration with his wife, the great science fiction and fantasy writer C.L. Moore, one of the four or five most important writers of the 1940's, the writer whose work went furthest in its sociological and psychological insight, to making science fiction a human as well as technological literature. He was an important influence upon every contemporary and every science fiction writer who succeeded him. In the early 1940's and under many pseudonyms, Kuttner and Moore published very widely through the range of the science fiction and fantasy pulp markets.--goodreads.com.
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