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|Source:||"Part One" and "Part Two" do appear in Issue 79.|
|Notes:||The Mentor is not recorded in Worldcat, but it is in the w:National Library of Australia as Record ID 2829167 - ISSN 0727-8462 - "The mentor : science fiction." ; their holdings begin with No. 24 (Mar. 1978) and cease with no. 94 (Mar. 1999).|
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