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The folk of the fringe.

Author: Orson Scott Card
Publisher: Century, 1990.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Only a few nuclear bombs fell on North America, but that was enough to create nearly total destruction. But in the midst of the chaos a few civilized places remained. The strongest of these was the state of Deseret, in the Great Basin, where the climate had changed and the prehistoric lake refilled. There, on the fringe, valiant pioneers are making the desert blossom like a rose.
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Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Orson Scott Card
ISBN: 0712636382 9780712636384 0712636374 9780712636377
OCLC Number: 60021810
Description: [256] p.
Contents: West --
Salvage --
The fringe --
Pageant wagon --
America --
Author's note: On Sycamore Hill --
Afterword / Michael Collings.

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Only a few nuclear bombs fell on North America, but that was enough to create nearly total destruction. But in the midst of the chaos a few civilized places remained. The strongest of these was the state of Deseret, in the Great Basin, where the climate had changed and the prehistoric lake refilled. There, on the fringe, valiant pioneers are making the desert blossom like a rose.

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