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SAMUEL R. DELANY

OFFICIAL WEBSITE FOR THE BEST-SELLING AUTHOR OF

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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The Tragedy of Ophelia:

An Essay

Some Informal Remarks Toward the Modular Calculus

"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

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Shoat Rumblin,

His Sensations and Ideas

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

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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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