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The Complete Stories Of J.G. Ballard (2009)


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Published: New York : W.W. Norton & Co., 2009
Edition:  First American edition
Description:  xv, 1199 pages ; 25 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9780393072624, 0393072622,
Language:  English

Previous ed. published in Great Britain as: The complete short stories. London : Flamingo, 2001

Prima belladonna -- Escapement -- Concentration city -- Venus smiles -- Manhole 69 -- Track 12 -- Waiting grounds -- Now : zero -- Sound-sweep -- Zone of terror -- Chronopolis -- Voices of time -- Last world of Mr. Goddard -- Studio 5, the stars -- Deep end -- Overloaded man -- Mr. F is Mr. F -- Billennium -- Gentle assassin -- Insane ones -- Garden of time -- Thousand dreams of Stellavista -- Thirteen to Centaurus -- Passport to eternity -- Cage of sand -- Watch-towers -- Singing statues -- Man on the 99th floor -- Subliminal man -- Reptile enclosure -- A question of re-entry -- Time-tombs -- Now wakes the sea -- Venus hunters -- End-game -- Minus one -- Sudden afternoon -- Screen game -- Time of passage -- Prisoner of the coral deep -- Lost Leonardo -- Terminal beach -- Illuminated man -- Delta at sunset -- Drowned giant -- Gioconda of the twilight noon -- Volcano dances -- Beach murders -- Day of forever -- Impossible man -- Storm-bird, storm-dreamer -- Tomorrow is a million years -- Assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy considered as a downhill motor race -- Cry hope, cry fury! -- Recognition -- Cloud-sculptors of Coral D -- Why I want to fuck Ronald Reagan -- Dead astronaut -- Comsat angels -- Killing ground -- A place and a time to die -- Say goodbye to the wind -- Greatest television show on earth -- My dream of flying to Wake Island -- Air disaster -- Low-flying aircraft -- Life and death of God -- Notes towards a mental breakdown -- The 60 minute zoom -- Smile -- Ultimate city -- Dead time -- Index -- Intensive care unit -- Theatre of war -- Having a wonderful time -- One afternoon at Utah Beach -- Zodiac 2000 -- Motel architecture -- A host of furious fancies -- News from the sun -- Memories of the space age -- Myths of the near future -- Report on an unidentified space station -- Object of the attack -- Answers to a quesionnaire -- Man who walked on the moon -- Secret history of World War 3 -- Love in a colder climate -- Enormous space -- Largest theme park in the world -- War fever -- Dream cargoes -- A guide to virtual death -- Message from Mars -- Report from an obscure planet -- New stories for the American edition -- Secret autobiography of J.G.B. -- Dying fall Introduction / Author's introduction -- by Martin Amis -- Related Searches:
Great Britain -- Fiction. -- Social life and customs -- 20th century
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