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Report on Probability A

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Report on Probability A

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Author: Brian W. Aldiss
Publisher: Doubleday, 1969
Faber and Faber, 1968

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One afternoon in early January, the weather showed a lack of character. There was no frost nor wind: the trees in the garden did not stir. Within the house moved a woman, the strangely fascinating Mrs. Mary: without, a black and white cat stalked the pigeon known as X. The characters G, S, and C watched from various outbuildings. Others watched tham and yet others watched those watchers. An enigmatic engraving hung in each outbuilding and as the early dusk fell C gazed at a representation of two snakes, each swallowing the other's tail. Brian Aldiss's new novel, a tense and engrossing study of relative phenomena, is a dazzling tour-de-force in which his wit, intelligence and invention are displayed at full stretch.


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