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There were few notable exceptions to the melodramatic, stereotypic "BEM" Bug Eyed Monster stories which characterized the pre-Golden Age, but THE MAN WHO SHRANK was one of these exceptions. Henry Hasse is little known today, not because his writing was inferior, but only because he was primarily a short-story writer and not a terribly prolific one, publishing less than twenty stories after the 1940's. But he influenced Ray Bradbury, Isaac Asimov , and was highly regarded by his peers. This story was, featured in Isaac Asimov's book—BEFORE THE GOLDEN AGE, noteworthy stories before the John W. Campbell era. Vg + - near Fine. Bright complete spine.