Brian Aldiss Quote

The house was a rambling affair. It had few windows, and such as there were did not open, were unbreakable and admitted no light. Darkness lay everywhere; illumination from an invisible source followed one's entry into a room — the black had to be entered before it faded. Every room was furnished, but with odd pieces that bore little relation to each other, as if there was no purpose for the room. Rooms equipped for purposeless beings have that air about them.


Outside (1955)

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The house was a rambling affair. It had few windows, and such as there were did not open, were unbreakable and admitted no light. Darkness lay...

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The house was a rambling affair. It had few windows, and such as there were did not open, were unbreakable and admitted no light. Darkness lay...

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The house was a rambling affair. It had few windows, and such as there were did not open, were unbreakable and admitted no light. Darkness lay...

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The house was a rambling affair. It had few windows, and such as there were did not open, were unbreakable and admitted no light. Darkness lay...