E FLURIBUS UNICORN by Theodore Sturgeon

E FLURIBUS UNICORN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Thirteen unanthologized stories by a recognized science-fictioneer (except for the prize-winning Sianca's Hands) range from horror to wonder to faery. A unicorn ignores a proud virgin; loneliness is shared; desires are projected into reality; a teddy bear is the cause of a child's previewing its fate; a cat rigs a killing for which a human is to suffer, etc. There's an exuberant introduction by Groff Conklin and a bibliography of all the author's stories. Tempus fugits fast here.

Publisher: Abelard