“The idea was too big for the mind to grasp in all its implications at the first attempt. But when you did get a grip on it, just to let the imagination rove with the possibilities!” Science is on the verge of a revolution. A cutting-edge new replication process is invented, and any matter can be reproduced–Shakespeare’s signature, works of art, even . . . a human being? When a brilliant scientist believes that this perfect replication process offers the solution to an excruciating love triangle, the limits of the new technology are tested–and impossible questions of identity and originality threaten to tear apart the best-laid plans of paradise.
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William F. Temple
William F. Temple (1914-1989) was a British science fiction writer whose best-known novel, Four-Sided Triangle, was filmed in 1953.
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