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Paperback, 158 pages
Published July 3rd 1984 by DAW
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Richard Purtill is the Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at Western Washington University, Bellingham, Washington, as well as an author of fantasy and science fiction, critical non-fiction on the same genres, and various works on religion and philosophy. He is best known for his novels of the "Kaphtu" universe. He has written as both Richard Purtill and Richard L. Purtill, a variant form of his nam ...more
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