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Wolf
by Michael Moorcock


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Originally written in 1959, "Wolf" is a rarely seen Michael Moorcock piece. This horror piece by the science fiction grandmaster is a perfect example of the power of his words, though unrefined early in his career. "Wolf" showcases an amazing talent that even at an early stage was pushing the bounds of the short story. Enjoy!

 
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