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After Powers had resigned from the clinic he still continued to drive in once a
week for his check-up, now little more than a formality. On what turned out to be
the last occasion Anderson had perfunctorily taken his blood count, noting
'Hello, Kaldren,' Powers said to the young man. 'Still following me around?'
Kaldren nodded. 'Most of the time, Doctor.' He sized Powers up shrewdly. 'We
haven't seen very much of you recently, as a matter of fact. Anderson said you'd ...
Powers, final statements, the products of total fragmentation. When I've got
enough together I'll build a new world for myself out of them.' He picked a thick
paperbound volume off one of the tables, riffled through its pages. 'Association
tests of ...
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