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Apparatus 58 from the German single work   short story   thriller  
Issue Details: First known date: 1889... 1889 Apparatus 58 from the German
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A Munich doctor recounts a case of a wealthy and beautiful woman who spent three days in a death house in a fit of catalepsy. Only signals of life from 'the signalling instrument' and the narrator's attention to its causes saved her from burial. Germanic combination of reason and superstition. (PB)

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    y separately published work icon The Australian Journal vol. 24 no. 286 March 1889 Z1081175 1889 periodical issue 1889 pg. 393-394
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