By E. L. Doctorow
From a grasp of recent American letters comes a charming selection of exceptional brief fiction approximately those who, as E. L. Doctorow notes in his Preface, are in some way "distinct from their surroundings--people in a few kind of contest with the existing world." Containing six unforgettable tales that experience by no means seemed in ebook shape, and a variety of prior classics, All the Time within the World is resonant with the secret, pressure, and ethical research that distinguish the fiction of E. L. Doctorow.
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He sat at the kitchen table with her. "The program works," he said. "It doesn't work for me, but it works for him. " Tuthy seldom used such language. He was clearly awed. "I've just been showing him reverse-shadow figures. There's a way to have at least a sensation of seeing something rotated through the fourth dimension. Those hollow masks they use at Disneyland ... seem to reverse in and out, depending on the lighting? Crater pictures from the moonresemble hills instead of holes? " "Well, if you go along with the game and make the hol-' low faces seem to reverse and poke out at you, that is similar to rotating them in the fourth dimension.
There isn't time to do the work," Tuthy said. "Make time. " Over dinner, Tuthy explained to Lauren the exchange he had had with Hockrum. "He thinks I'm buggering Pal. Unspeakable bastard. " Tangents / 39 ''I'd better talk to a lawyer, then," Lauren said. "You're sure you can't make him ... " "1 could solve his little problem for him in just a few hours. " Tuthy blinked and waved one hand through the air helplessly. "Then we'll just have to work fast, won't we? Ah, Lauren, you were a fool to bring me over here.
That's what Pal calls movement along the fourth dimen- 36 / NEBULA AWARDS 22 sion. Ana and kata to purists. " She thought about the hands for a moment. "I still can't see it," she said. "Neither can I," Tuthy admitted. " Pal had switched the Tronclavier to a cathedral organ and wah-guitar combination and was playing variations on Pergolesi. " Lauren asked. Tuthy didn't seem to hear her. "It's remarkable," he murmured. "The boy just walked in here. You brought him in by accident. " Tuthy asked the boy three days later.
All the Time in the World: New and Selected Stories by E. L. Doctorow