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Judith Moffett
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Time, Like an Ever-Rolling Stream: A Sequel to the Ragged World

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After the critical and popular success of The Ragged World, Judith Moffett returns to the future with this moving tale of the Hefn occupation of Earth and how it affects the planet's native humans - two in particular: Pam Pruitt, a talented young woman from Kentucky, and Liam O'Hara, whose unique friendship with the Hefn Humphrey saved his life. The two teens journey to a...more
Hardcover, 328 pages
Published February 1st 2000 by St. Martin's Press (first published 1992)
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Judith Moffett was born in Louisville in 1942 and grew up in Cincinnati. She is an English professor, a poet, a Swedish translator, and the author of twelve books in six genres. These include two volumes of poetry, two of Swedish poetry in formal translation, four science-fiction novels plus a collection of stories, a volume of creative nonfiction, and a critical study of James Merrill's poetry; s...more
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