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" To Serve Man " is a 1950 science fiction short story written by Damon Knight.

To Serve Man short story by Damon Knight

"To Serve Man" is a science fiction short story by American writer Damon Knight. It first appeared in the November 1950 issue of Galaxy Science Fiction and has been reprinted a number of times, including in Frontiers in Space (1955), Far Out (1961), and The Best of Damon Knight (1976).

To Serve Man may also refer to:

<i>To Serve Man</i> (album) 2002 studio album by Cattle Decapitation

To Serve Man is the second full-length album by American death metal band Cattle Decapitation. The title is a reference to the Twilight Zone episode "To Serve Man".

To Serve Man (<i>The Twilight Zone</i>) 24th episode of the third season of The Twilight Zone

"To Serve Man" is episode 89 of the anthology series The Twilight Zone . It originally aired on March 2, 1962 on CBS. The episode was written by Rod Serling and Richard L. Bare and directed by Bare.

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