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Episodes : Christopher Priest. short stories /

By: Priest, Christopher, 1943-.
Publisher: London : Gollancz, 2019Description: 354 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781473226005 : (hbk.).Subject(s): Science fiction, English | Short storiesGenre/Form: Short stories.DDC classification: 823.914
Contents:
First -- The head and the hand -- A dying fall -- I, Haruspex -- Palely loitering -- An infinite summer -- The ament -- The invisible men -- The stooge -- futouristic.co.uk -- Shooting an episode -- The sorting out -- Last
Summary: A collection of the best of Christopher Priest's short fiction, spanning four decades of eerie, affecting, emotional work. Christopher Priest is one of the most acclaimed writers of both S[cience] F[iction] and literary fiction at word today. Here, for the first time in almost twenty years, is a collection of his short work. Largely previously uncollected, ranging from the horrific to the touching, the science fictional to the realist, these stories are a perfect demonstration of the breadth and power of Priest's writing.
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First -- The head and the hand -- A dying fall -- I, Haruspex -- Palely loitering -- An infinite summer -- The ament -- The invisible men -- The stooge -- futouristic.co.uk -- Shooting an episode -- The sorting out -- Last

A collection of the best of Christopher Priest's short fiction, spanning four decades of eerie, affecting, emotional work.

Christopher Priest is one of the most acclaimed writers of both S[cience] F[iction] and literary fiction at word today. Here, for the first time in almost twenty years, is a collection of his short work. Largely previously uncollected, ranging from the horrific to the touching, the science fictional to the realist, these stories are a perfect demonstration of the breadth and power of Priest's writing.

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