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The Condition of Muzak by Michael Moorcock
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The Condition of Muzak (1977)

by Michael Moorcock

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Dean, MalIllustratorsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
Jones, Richard GlynCover artistsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
Kubiak, MichaelTranslatorsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
Sanderson, BillCover artistsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
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All art constantly aspires towards the condition of music. For while in all other works of art it is possible to distinguish the matter from the form, and the understanding can always make this distinction, yet it is the constant effort of art to obliterate it.
-Walter Pater
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Dieses Buch ist mit tiefer Dankbarkeit folgenden Menschen gewidmet, die mir im Laufe der elf Jahre, die ich brauchte, um diese Tetralogie zu beenden, immer wieder Mut und Zuversicht zugesprochen haben:
Clive Allison, Hilary Bailey, Jimmy Ballard, Edward Blishen, Alan Brien, John Clute, Barry Cole, Mal Dean, Michael Dempsey, Tom Disch, George Ernsberger, Giles Gordon, Mike Harrison, Doug Hill, Langdon Jones, Richard Glyn Jones, Philip Dakes, Keith Roberts, Jim Sallis, Norman Spinrad, Jack Trevor Story, Jon Trux, Angus Wilson.
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Als Major Nye versuchte, einige grüne und braune Flecken vom Kragen seiner Tropenkampfjacke zu entfernen, löste sich ein Bröckchen feuchter Erde von seinem Hals und fiel auf die verfugten Steine des der Ewigkeit geweihten Riesendamms.
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Civilization as we know it has been annihilated. The decay and chaos of the multiverse have left Europe in a surreal, yet ever-fashionable, mess. Jerry Cornelius finds himself in an increasingly futile series of guises, part of a cast of characters dancing the Entropy Tango towards oblivion. Will the legendary Cornelius ever be united with his true beloved, his sister Catherine? And will balance ever be restored to devastated London?… (more)

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