“A Matter of Form,” H. L. Gold, 1938

“A Matter of Form,” Horace L. Gold, 1938 – A man’s brain is transplanted into the body of a dog with “no loss of mentality,” via a pineal gland transplant.

Comments:  Read in The Classic Book of Science Fiction.

Author: Wikipedia: “Horace Leonard Gold (April 26, 1914, Montreal, Canada – February 21, 1996, Laguna Hills, California, U.S.A.) was a science fiction writer and editor. Born in Canada, Gold moved to the United States at the age of two. He was most noted for bringing an innovative and fresh approach to science fiction while he was the editor of Galaxy Science Fiction, and also wrote briefly for DC Comics.”…”H. L. Gold is perhaps best known as a leading magazine editor during the post-WWII science fiction boom. In 1949 he began in that direction, and launched Galaxy Science Fiction in 1950, which was soon followed by its companion fantasy magazine, Beyond Fantasy Fiction (1953–55)….

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