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Untouched by Human Hands is a collection of science fiction short stories by American writer Robert Sheckley. It was first published in 1954 by Ballantine Books (catalogue number 73). The collection includes the following stories (magazines in which the stories originally appeared given in parentheses): "The Monsters" (F&SF, March 1953). Cost of Living" (Galaxy 1952/12). The Altar" (Fantastic, July/August 1953). Keep Your Shape" (Galaxy, November 1953; also known as "Shape").