In the Dark

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ably for his psychic powers. (Tliat's lowrnin the Dickensian sense, he explains.) hirnthe novel, these pursuers have a provenancernin the standard science-fictionrnconceit of a parallel universe. Tliey standrnfor bullying forces of all sorts, powerrnabusers—official or freelance—who takernfor granted that they have tlie right to imposerntheir will . . .

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