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384 pages, Paperback
First published January 15, 1994
“My God, it can think.”
“My God, it can recognize another human being when it’s hit over the head with one.”
“You cannot help being a female, and I should be something of a fool were I to discount your talents merely because of their housing.”
“He said nothing. Very sarcastically.”
"Holmes handed me a cup of tepid coffee, and I sniffed it curiously.
'Did you wash this out after our experiment last night? Smells like chemicals.'
'They’re not toxic. You’ll be fine,' he replied."
“Isolate her, and however abundant the food or favorable the temperature, she will expire in a few days not of hunger or cold, but of loneliness.”