Selections from Dreamsongs, [stories of fantasy, horror/sci-fi and A man called Tuf : unabridged selections], George R.R. Martin, 2
The work Selections from Dreamsongs, [stories of fantasy, horror/sci-fi and A man called Tuf : unabridged selections], George R.R. Martin, 2 represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in San Francisco Public Library.

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  • Selections from Dreamsongs, [stories of fantasy, horror/sci-fi and A man called Tuf : unabridged selections], George R.R. Martin, 2
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  • Selections from Dreamsongs
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  • [stories of fantasy, horror/sci-fi and A man called Tuf : unabridged selections]
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  • George R.R. Martin
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  • eng
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  • The second volume in the most comprehensive collection of #1 New York times bestselling author George R.R. Martin's short fiction. For those curious about how George R.R. Martin got his start--or those who just want to revel in the full breadth of his talent--this is the book to buy ... Filled with 32 short stories and novellas (ranging from his early tales to several multi-award-winning classics) and extensive author commentary, this retrospective offers a genuine insight into one artist's creative journey. Spanning four genres, five decades, and ranging from Bayonne, New Jersey to Hollywood, California, these tales represent the height of Martin's artistic output
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  • 191821955
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