"Repent, Harlequin!" said the Ticktockman: the classic story
This award-winning tale of individual rights and freedom is as fresh and valid today as when Ellison first penned the words in 1965. The generous size, lavish paper, and splendidly surreal illustrations in this belated anniversary edition are a fitting tribute to a funny and touching work and to the most honored writer in the history of fantastic literature. Color illus.
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This is a specially illustrated edition of what is a classic Harlan Ellison short story written originally in 1965. The story is told in non-linear time, beginning in the middle. The protagonist of ... Read full review
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