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Judas Iscariot, a Miracle Play, with Other Poems

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HORNE, Richard Henry

   UK writer credited by William WILSON as the author of what is, according to Wilson's DEFINITION OF SF, an exemplary work of "Science-Fiction": The Poor Artist, or Seven Eye-sights and One Object(1871), a didactic novella in which a struggling artist achieves success by reproducing seven different images of a coin as perceived by various woodland creatures. RHH signed some of his other work R. Hengist Horne.
   See also: PERCEPTION.

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