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The other nineteenth century : a story collection

Author: Avram Davidson; Grania Davis; Henry Wessells
Publisher: New York : TOR, 2001.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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A new collection of long out-of-print short fiction by one of the premier fantasy authors of the twentieth century presents historical fantasy tales set against the backdrop of an alternative Mitteleuropa, Victorian England, and the American frontier.
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Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Avram Davidson; Grania Davis; Henry Wessells
ISBN: 0312848749 9780312848743
OCLC Number: 48249248
Notes: "A Tom Doherty Associates book."
Description: 327 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: O brave new world --
Great is Diana --
One morning with Samuel, Dorothy, and William --
Traveller from an antique land --
The man who saw the elephant --
Pebble in time (with Cynthia Goldstone) --
The singular incident of the dog on the beach --
The engine of Samoset Erastus Hale, and one other, unknown --
Buchanan's head --
The odd old bird --
The deed of the deft-footed dragon --
The Montavarde camera --
What strange stars and skies --
The lineaments of gratified desire. The account of Mr. Ira Davidson --
Twenty-three --
Business must be picking up --
Dr. Bhumbo Singh --
The peninsula --
Summon the watch --
Dragon skin drum --
El Vilvoy de las Islas --
Mickelrede; or, The slayer and the staff; a ghost-novel (with Michael Swanwick).
Responsibility: by Avram Davidson ; edited by Grania Davis and Henry Wessells.
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A new collection of long out-of-print short fiction by one of the premier fantasy authors of the twentieth century presents historical fantasy tales set against the backdrop of an alternative Mitteleuropa, Victorian England, and the American frontier.

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