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The Sheep Look Up by

The Sheep Look Up by John Brunner

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1972 - Ballantine - dystopia - environmental apocalypse - Harper & Row - Irving Freeman - John Brunner - Mark Rubin - near future - Nebula Nominee - novel - science fiction -

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