The nine billion names of God: the best short stories of Arthur C. Clarke

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Harcourt, Brace & World, 1967 - Fiction - 277 pages
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In the introduction to The Nine Billion Names of God, Clarke writes that the thread that ties this collection together is that it is comprised of his favorite stories from his repertoire ... Read full review

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A salient and iconic work that is as much a mystical meditation as it is an S.F. short story. Not merely memorable, but *unforgettable.*

Contents

Rescue Party
32
The Curse
62
Dog Star
78
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