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'''Knight, Damon."Masks."''' ''Playboy'' July 1968. Rpt. with Knight's annotations, ''Those Who Can . . .'' . Robin Scott Wilson, ed. New York: NAL, 1973. Also rpt. ''As Tomorrow Becomes Today'' (q.v. under Anthologies and Collections). [[Category: Fiction]]
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'''Knight, Damon. "Masks."''' ''Playboy'' July 1968. Rpt. with Knight's annotations, ''Those Who Can . . .'' . Robin Scott Wilson, ed. New York: NAL, 1973. Also rpt. ''As Tomorrow Becomes Today'' (q.v. under Anthologies and Collections). [[Category: Fiction]]
  
 
Important story detailing the antiorganic psychological effects of total replacement of a man's body with mechanical devices. See Gordon's TMG essay listed under Literary Criticism.[[http://www.clockworks2.org/wiki/index.php?title=Mechanical_God,_The:_Machines_in_Science_Fiction]]
 
Important story detailing the antiorganic psychological effects of total replacement of a man's body with mechanical devices. See Gordon's TMG essay listed under Literary Criticism.[[http://www.clockworks2.org/wiki/index.php?title=Mechanical_God,_The:_Machines_in_Science_Fiction]]

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Knight, Damon. "Masks." Playboy July 1968. Rpt. with Knight's annotations, Those Who Can . . . . Robin Scott Wilson, ed. New York: NAL, 1973. Also rpt. As Tomorrow Becomes Today (q.v. under Anthologies and Collections).

Important story detailing the antiorganic psychological effects of total replacement of a man's body with mechanical devices. See Gordon's TMG essay listed under Literary Criticism.[[1]]