The Eagle Flies
 

Magdalena van de Passe stood outside the building and stared. She paid not the slightest attention to what was going on around her; she had eyes only for the plane that was flying overhead. She had seen airplanes on TV, but she had seen dragons and giant apes on TV, too. A civilized person and old Grantville hand knew that just because they had it on TV didn't mean that they could do it in the here and now. It didn't even mean that it was . . .

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