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Slippage : precariously poised, previously uncollected stories

Author: Harlan Ellison
Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1997.
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Twenty-one stories on the fantastic and the realistic. The story, Mefisto in Onyx, is a mind reader's interview with a serial killer on Death Row, while in Go Toward the Light, a time traveller rediscovers his faith after a trip back in time to the Holy Land.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Ellison, Harlan.
Slippage.
Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1997
(OCoLC)605076725
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Harlan Ellison
ISBN: 0395353416 9780395353417
OCLC Number: 37600519
Description: xxix, 303 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: The fault in my lines --
The man who rowed Christopher Columbus ashore --
Anywhere but here, with anybody but you --
Crazy as a soup sandwich --
Darkness upon the face of the deep --
The pale silver dollar of the moon pays its way and makes change --
The lingering scent of woodsmoke --
The museum on Cyclops Avenue --
Go toward the light --
Mefisto in onyx --
Where I shall dwell in the next world --
Chatting with Anubis --
The few, the proud --
Sensible city --
The dragon on the bookshelf / (written in collaboration with Robert Silverberg) --
Keyboard --
Jane Doe #112 --
The dreams a nightmare dreams --
Pulling hard time --
Scartaris, June 28th --
She's a young thing and cannot leave her mother --
Midnight in the sunken cathedral.
Other Titles: Slip page
Responsibility: Harlan Ellison.

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Twenty-one stories on the fantastic and the realistic. The story, Mefisto in Onyx, is a mind reader's interview with a serial killer on Death Row, while in Go Toward the Light, a time traveller rediscovers his faith after a trip back in time to the Holy Land.

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