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By Isaac Asimov, Martin Harry Greenberg, Charles G. Waugh

Binding tight, moderate crease on backbone. Pages unmarked, no names. Very gentle tanning. hide indicates mild scuffing from shelf. Very readable. Isaac Asimov, et al, eds.

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There will be no guilt. " "What about us? " "As I was saying, O Lord of the Universe, we'll be living reminders. " "So what about us? " "I am master of eternity. I will return you to your happiest moment together and you will relive it forever. " Yvonne and Quentin stared at each other. This new madness offered them their only hold on sanity. They smiled fiercely to keep from laughing crazily. In each other's eyes they watched themselves play back the high lights of living together. Each angrily eyelashed away flashes of vapid domesticity, each looking for the peak.

Why, yes, I imagine we are. We face eternity now. We have no universe left, no outside phe nomena, no emotions, no passions. Nothing but ourselves and thought. 'v "It does more than that. The Dantean conceptions of In ferno were childish and unworthy of the Divine imagination: fire and torture. Boredom is much more subtle. The inner torture of a mind unable to escape itself in any way, condemned to fester in its own exuding mental pus for all time, is much more fitting. " And Levine rose with shoulders drooping dejectedly, and walked away.

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