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Case and the Dreamer (U.K.) (edition 1974)

by Theodore Sturgeon (Author)

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Title:Case and the Dreamer (U.K.)
Authors:Theodore Sturgeon (Author)
Info:London: Pan Books (1974), 155 pages
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Case and the Dreamer by Theodore Sturgeon

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Case and the Dreamer
If All Men Were Brothers, Would You Let One Marry Your Sister?
When You Care, When You Love

(I'm tired, and it needs to be separated, with a disambiguation statement that points out that this was published in 1971, not 2010, and is three stories, not the large collection (which does include Case and the Dreamer) published in 2010 as Volume XIII of the collected short stories of Theodore Sturgeon.

http://www.isfdb.org/cgi-bin/pl.cgi?6235

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To Herbert F Solow, without whom the story of Case would never have been written
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If, at the very moment Case died, someone had aimed a laser (a tight one, one of the highest intensity ever) at the spot from Earth, and if you could have ridden the beam-front for a thousand years (you couldn't, of course, and anyway, nobody aimed, nobody knew), you might have seen his coffin.
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This is a 1974 collection of Sturgeon short stories and should not be combined with the 2010 "Case and the Dreamer: Volume XIII: The Complete Stories of Theodore Sturgeon".
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