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The ammonite violin & others

Author: Caitlín R Kiernan
Publisher: Burton, Mich. : Subterranean Press, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English
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From The Ammonite Violin, in which a collector achieves the pinnacle of his obsession, and a musician discovers the true power of her craft, to the story of a girl who loves the rat king and holds in her care the whistle the rats used to create the world, Kiernan's stories give us a side of timeless scenarios that have usually been left unspoken.
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Genre/Form: Fantasy fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Caitlín R Kiernan
ISBN: 9781596063051 159606305X
OCLC Number: 503075748
Description: 235 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction / by Jeff VanderMeer --
Madonna littoralis --
Orpheus at Mount Pangaeum --
Bridle --
For one who has lost herself --
Ode to Edvard Munch --
The cryomancer's daughter (murder ballad no. 3) --
A child's guide to the hollow hills --
The ammonite violin (murder ballad no. 4) --
The lovesong of Lady Ratteanrufer --
Metamorphosis A --
The Sphinx's kiss --
The voyeur in the house of glass --
Metamorphosis B --
Skin game --
The hole with a girl in its heart --
Outside the gates of Eden --
In the dreamtime of lady resurrection --
Anamnesis, or the sleepless nights of Léon Spilliaert --
Scene in the museum (1896) --
The madam of the narrow houses.
Other Titles: Ammonite violin and others
Responsibility: Caitlín R. Kiernan.

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From The Ammonite Violin, in which a collector achieves the pinnacle of his obsession, and a musician discovers the true power of her craft, to the story of a girl who loves the rat king and holds in her care the whistle the rats used to create the world, Kiernan's stories give us a side of timeless scenarios that have usually been left unspoken.

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