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"No more nightmares," Duffy Wyg& said. "Who's that?" "Me. Duffy." Reich opened
his eyes. He was in a frilly bedroom in a frilly bed with old-fashioned linen and
blankets. Duffy Wyg&, starched and fresh, had her hands against his shoulders.
"You name the gutter and you can have it, Duffy. Gold gutters . . . Jewelled gutters
. You want a gutter from here to Mars? You'll have it. You want me to turn the
System into a gutter? I'll do it. Christ! I can turn the Galaxy into a gutter if you want
"Clever-up, dog," Duffy hung on his neck. "Why waste all that dear violence?
Punch me around a little." He lifted her in his arms and shook her until she
squealed. "And parts of the world will taste sweet . . . like you, Duffy; and parts will
stink to ...
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