Series: The Cornelius Chronicles

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The Final Programme by Michael Moorcock1
A Cure for Cancer by Michael Moorcock2
The English Assassin by Michael Moorcock3
The Condition of Muzak by Michael Moorcock4
The Lives and Times of Jerry Cornelius by Michael Moorcock5
The Entropy Tango by Michael Moorcock6
The Adventures of Una Persson and Catherine Cornelius in the Twentieth Century by Michael Moorcock7
The Opium General and Other Stories by Michael Moorcock8 as includes The Alchemist's Question
The Cornelius Quartet by Michael MoorcockOmnibus 1-4
The Cornelius Chronicles: "Final Programme" and "Cure for Cancer" Bk. 1 by Michael MoorcockOmnibus 1-2
The Cornelius Chronicles: "English Assassin" and "Condition of Muzak" Bk. 2 by Michael MoorcockOmnibus 3-4
The Cornelius Chronicles Vol. II: The Lives and Times of Jerry Cornelius/The Entropy Tango by Michael MoorcockOmnibus 5-6
Cornelius Chronicles, Vol. 3 (Adventures of Una Persson and Catherine Cornelius in the Twentieth Century/the Alchemist's Question) by Michael MoorcockOmnibus 7-8

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