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Shoat Rumblin,

His Sensations and Ideas

Some Informal Remarks Toward the Modular Calculus

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SAMUEL R. DELANY

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Babel-17, The Einstein IntersectionDhalgren,

and Dark Reflections

"From the fan mail, [he has] the smartest readers of any writer I have ever published."

—Donald Weise, first publisher of Through the Valley of the Nest of Spiders

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"One of the monumental achievements of modern American literature. One can say of [Delany] what Harold Bloom said of Wallace Stevens: His most ambitious work is also his best."

—Carl Freedman,  Conversations with Ursula Le Guin,

                                 Art and Idea in the Novels of China Miéville,

                                 Critical Theory and Science Fiction

Return to Nevèrÿon*

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Trouble on Triton, with a Foreword by Kathy Acker;

Some Informal Remarks Toward the Modular Calculus, Part One;

Appendix A: From the Triton Journal;

Appendix B: Ashima Slade: Some Informal Remarks Toward the Modular Calculus, Part Two

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Tales of Nevèrÿon, containing "Appendix: Some Informal Remarks Toward the Modular Calculus, Part Three," by S. L. Kermit

Neveryóna, or

the Tale of Signs and Cities:

Some Informal Remarks Toward the Modular Calculus, Part Four

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Flight from Nevèrÿon, containing "The Tale of Plagues and Carnivals, or: Some Informal Remarks Toward the Modular Calculus, Part Five," the first novel from a major American publisher to deal with AIDS.

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Return to Nevèrÿon, containing "Appendix: Closures and Openings"

*Return to Nevèrÿon is Samuel R. Delany's series of 11 short stories, novelettes, and novels, set in the land of Nevèrÿon, collected into the four volumes above, with a preface by K. Leslie Steiner and appendices by S. L. Kermit, Yale anthropologist Charles Hoequist, Jr., and a young mathematician Robert Wentworth.  

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