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Chill of Dusk: A Novel about the Twenty-First Century (1964)

by Stephen Minot

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I love old scifi novels - especially pre-1969. This is a really good one. ( )
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chill, n. 1. a bodily coldness with shivering...3. a checking of enthusiasm 4. a sudden fear, apprehension...

dusk, adj. see DIN...n. 1. the beginning of darkness in the evening;

dun, adj...AS dunn...dhus, dust-colored, mist gray, also in dusk, dust...

dun, v.t. & v.i. 1. a person who duns. 2. an insistent demand for payment of a debt.

debt,...4. in theology, a sin.

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Thomas Adams stirred and the old iron bed creaked with the weight of him.
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