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The Black Clock

Steve Erickson

Tours of the Black Clock, Arc D'X

1985

A mysterious place/landmark which reappears in several of the novels of Steve Erickson despite their diverse locations and chronologies.

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The Black Clock is never seen, never desribed, we do not know if it even exists as an object but its presence as an idea, the naming of Black Clock Park (in Amnesiascope) re-enforce a presence. Possibly a fiction within a fiction yet this reiteration makes The Black Clock seem more solid than much which is fleeting within the author's infinitley flexible world.

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