RE: speaking of science fiction

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    <<OK. After all the recent babbling about Asimov, Hari Seldon, psychohistory
    and the Foundation series, I went and bought _Prelude to Foundation_ and

    The original trilogy was Foundation, Foundation and Empire, and Second
    Foundation. It's easy to accidentally read them in the wrong order. Prelude
    was written later.

    Richard Brodie

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