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Threshold. : Volume 1, : The Collected Stories Of Roger Zelazny (2009, original release: 2009)


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Science FictionSF/ZELAZNY,R/SCAvailable
Published: Framingham, MA : NESFA Press, [2009] ©2009
Edition:  First edition
Description:  575 pages ; 23 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9781886778719, 188677871X,
Language:  English

Includes publication history (p. 571-572)

Out of nowhere / Before amber / Rose for Ecclesiastes -- And the darkness is harsh -- Mr. Fuller's revolt -- Youth eternal -- Outward sign -- Passion play -- Graveyard heart -- Horseman! -- Teachers rode a wheel of fire -- Moonless in Byzantium -- On the road to Splenoba -- Final dining -- Borgia hand -- Nine starships waiting -- Circe has her problems -- Malatesta collection -- Stainless steel leech -- Doors of his face, the lamps of his mouth -- Thing of terrible beauty -- Monologue for two -- Threshold of the prophet -- Museum piece -- Mine is the kingdom -- King Solomon's ring -- Misfit -- Great slow kings -- Collector's fever -- Night has 999 eyes -- He who shapes -- Sundry notes on dybology and suchlike -- "...And call me Roger": The literary life of Roger Zelazny, part 1-- Conditional benefit -- Hand of the master -- Great selchie of San Francisco bay -- Studies in saviory -- Braxa -- Ecclesiastes' epilogue -- Bok -- Diet -- Slush, slush, slush -- Agnostic's prayer -- On May 13, 1937 -- Cactus king -- Our wintered way through evening, and burning bushes along it -- In the dogged house -- Future, be not impatient -- Flight -- Sense and sensibility -- World of stat's a drunken bat -- Cat licks her coat -- From a seat in the chill park -- Rodin's "The Kiss" -- To his morbid mistress -- Old Ohio folkrag -- How a poem means -- Concert -- Iceage -- Hart crane -- Southern cross -- I used to think in lines that were irregular to the right -- Hybris, or the danger of hilltops -- St. Secaire's -- In Pheleney's garage -- Black boy's reply to William Butler Yeats -- Rite of spring -- Decade plus one of roses -- See you later, maybe

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Additional Credits:
Grubbs, David G.
Kovacs, Christopher S.
Crimmins, Ann.

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