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name = Ends
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image_caption = Cover of the first edition
author = Gordon R. Dickson
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country = United States
language = English
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genre = Science fiction short stories and poems
publisher = Baen Books
release_date = 1988
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media_type = Print (Paperback)
pages = 342 pp
isbn = ISBN 0-671-69782-X
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"Ends" is a collection of science fiction stories and poems by Gordon R. Dickson. It was first published by Baen Books in 1988 and as a companion volume to Dickson's "Beginnings". Most of the stories originally appeared in the magazines "Analog Science Fiction and Fact", "Astounding", "If", "Galaxy Science Fiction", "Destinies", "Science Fiction Stories" and "Amazing Stories" The poems first appeared in "The Final Encyclopedia".


* Foreword
* "A Outrance"
* "Computers Don’t Argue"
* "By New Hearth Fires"
* "Ancient, My Enemy"
* "Turnabout"
* "An Honorable Death"
* "Lost Dorsai"
* "Last Voyage"
* "Call Him Lord"
* "And Then There Was Peace"
* "Whatever Gods There Be"
* "Minotaur"
* "Enter a Pilgrim"
* "Armageddon"


*cite web
last = Brown
first = Charles N.
authorlink = Charles N. Brown
coauthors = William G. Contento
title = The Locus Index to Science Fiction (1984-1998)
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url = http://www.locusmag.com/index/t82.htm#A9831
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accessdate = 2008-01-21

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