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    “When I Was Miss Dow” By: Sonya Dorman
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    Author Biography Name: Sonya Dorman Hess Born: New York City in 1924 Died: February 14, 2005 in Taos, New Mexico Lived in Connecticut Poet and Fiction writer Raised and showed Akita dogs Sonya Dorman was her working name
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    Author’s Works Her fiction has appeared in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Orbit, Analog, and other magazines and anthologies. Published four collections of poetry: Poems, Stretching Fence, A Paper Raincoat, and The Lost Traveler. Author of a novel for young people, Roxy Rimidon.
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    Author’s Works (continued) Anthologies: Dangerous Visions (1967) New Women of Wonder, the (1978) Norton Book of Science Fiction, the (199 Poems: View From the Moon Station (1978) Short Stories: Go, Go, Go, Said the Bird (1967) Building Block (1975)
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    Social/Historical/ Cultural Context 1966: “House Republican Leader Gerald R. Ford announced yesterday he would ask the chairmen of the House Armed Services Committee and the Science and Astronautics Committee to consider a "full blown" investigation of unidentified flying objects.” First whole-Earth view of
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    Literary Elements Theme:
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