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- ?? EINSTEIN'S DREAMS isn't children's lit, but certainly
prevents multiple perceptions of time, besides slowing.
- Anderson, Poul (1970) Tau Zero
- Blish, James 1953 short story "Common Time"
- Eliade, Mircea. One of the stories in _Tales_ was also
published in a wonderful Harcourt collection, _The Slaying of the
dragon._ Eliade saw the abolition of time as the essence of myth,
which his non-fiction books on comparative religion explicate. His
fictions show a comparably intense fascination and originality in
their various methods for halting or reversing or otherwise
warping time. A Tale of Time City, by Diana Wynne Jones - not
surprisingly, given the title :), plays around with all sorts of
concepts of time.
- Eliade, Mircea. Tales of the Sacred and the supernatural.
- Eliade, Mircea. Youth without youth,
- Haldeman, Joe. The Forever War Hugo-Award winning (1975) novel
- Heinlein, Robert (1956) Time for the Stars
- Le Guin, Ursula K. "Winter's King"
- Pohl, Frederik (1972) novella "The Gold at the Starbow's End"
novelized in 1980 as Starburst
- Sleator, William THE BOXES
- Sleator, William. Singularity has a lot of fascinating playing
around with time.
- Stith, John (1990) Red Shift Rendezvous
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