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A Kidnapping single work   short story   science fiction  
Issue Details: First known date: 1995... 1995 A Kidnapping
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'In "A Kidnapping" the company executive knows that the kidnapper only has a simulacrum of his wife, but he can't bear her to be 'deleted', particularly as his own wife refuses to leave a 'scanned' image of her personality for future 'immortality' (Colin Steele, SF Commentary No 77, p.52).

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    y separately published work icon Axiomatic Greg Egan , London : Millennium , 1995 Z181163 1995 selected work short story science fiction 'In Axiomatic Egan extrapolates quantum physics to envisage alternative worlds and multiple realities futures. His stories explore the nature of the individual, e.g. how do we adapt to a multiple consciousness environments' (Colin Steele, SF Commentary No 77, p.53). London : Millennium , 1995 pg. 141-155
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