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Three novels: Rule golden, Natural state, [and] The dying man

Author: Damon Knight
Publisher: Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1967.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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Rule Golden. The golden rule is inverted in the hand of the alien. It makes the citizens of Earht see what horrible fools they really are.

Natural State. The year 2064 defines patriotism as loyalty to the city and hatred to the country. This order seem threatened by the Muckfeet.

The Dying Man. Man has discovered the secret to immortality, and death is thought to be nonexistent. But for Claire and Dio, supreme happiness is when he realizes that early man's greatest achievements were nurtured by the fact of his mortality.  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Science fiction
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Knight, Damon Francis, 1922-
Three novels: Rule golden, Natural state, [and] The dying man.
Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1967
(OCoLC)562773117
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Damon Knight
OCLC Number: 365907
Description: 189 pages 22 cm
Contents: Rule golden. --
Natural state. --
The dying man.
Other Titles: Rule golden.
Natural state.
Dying man.
Novellas.
Responsibility: [by] Damon Knight.

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Rule Golden. The golden rule is inverted in the hand of the alien. It makes the citizens of Earht see what horrible fools they really are.

Natural State. The year 2064 defines patriotism as loyalty to the city and hatred to the country. This order seem threatened by the Muckfeet.

The Dying Man. Man has discovered the secret to immortality, and death is thought to be nonexistent. But for Claire and Dio, supreme happiness is when he realizes that early man's greatest achievements were nurtured by the fact of his mortality.

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