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Walking to Aldebaran by Adrian Tchaikovsky
"A highly charming space horror novella. It has a sort of Golden Age SF sensawunda aspect, and a pulpy dungeoncrawl / bughunt aspect. Like Arthur C. Clarke's celebrated novel, Rendezvous with Ramate Serrated Ceiling Feelers.

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Entertaining and well-written fun.

Here’s partial list of easter eggs and literary references I found. I wonder how much I missed…

Spoilers for the short story, and spoilers for referenced works, follow.

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“Humans who attend directly to vivid cases [of inequality] are capable of great empathy with inequality losers. They are also capable of great compassion and even a desire to help. However, we humans are also quite capable of avoiding contact and exposure that might produce such compassion, and of numbing ourselves to the plight of losers about whom it would be inconvenient to feel empathy. So rich people avoid visiting poor neighborhoods and nations, attractive people avoid socializing with the ugly, and pretty young women become numb to the losses of the men they reject.”
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