The Last Person to Marry a Duck Lived 300 Years Ago

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The Last Person to Marry a Duck Lived 300 Years Ago: Pointed Essays by Harlan Ellison

Trade Paperback – Edgeworks Abbey – Jul 2020 – 153 pages

A collection of essays by Harlan Ellison.

Contents:

  • Infamy, Infamy, They’ve All Got It In Fa Me
  • An Accomplice of Liars and Forgers
  • Strangers in a Strange Land
  • Struggling for Interior Logic
  • The Brides of Sheckenstein
  • I, Felon
  • Clark Ashton Smith: Out of Space and Time
  • Tolerable Terror or, To Read Him Is to Fear Him
  • T’anks but No Tokes
  • Abiding with Sturgeon: Mistral in the Bijou
  • An Untitled, yet Antagonistic, Essay of Approximately 2700 Contumelious but Logical Words
  • Arthur ’n’ Me
  • The Queen of Guilty Pleasures
  • An Open Letter to Outré and Its Editors: J’accuse
  • He Speaks, and the Angels Sing
  • The Misty Forward
  • Ellison’s Folly or, Horrors of the House of Glass
  • The Soul of Solomon: What Is, Is; Sometimes, Perhaps, What Ain’t, Shouldn’t Be
  • The Captain of Fate
  • Terrorists

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