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The sequel-anthology to Harlan Ellison's groundbreaking 1967 anthology Dangerous Visions. Due to the size of it, it has been released in two volumes (although originally in one).

Like DV, it also features introductions to each story by Harlan, who talks about the writer, and an afterward by the writer about the story.

The planned sequel to ADV would have been The Last Dangerous Visions, but...well, Harlan doesn't like to talk about it.

Tropes found in the Stories in Again, Dangerous Visions

The tropes found in each story (as well as in the introductions and afterwords) are listed under the story in question.

  • "The Counterpoint of View" by John Heidenry
  • "Ching Witch!" by Ross Rocklynne
  • "Mathoms From the Time Closet" -- "1: Robot's Story", "2: Against The Lafayette Escadrille" and "3: Loco Parentis" by Gene Wolfe
  • "Time Travel For Pedestrians" by Ray Nelson
  • "Christ, Old Student in a New School" (poem) by Ray Bradbury
  • "King of the Hill" by Chad Oliver
  • "The 10:00 Report Is Brought to You by..." by Edward Bryant
  • "The Funeral" by Kate Wilhelm
  • "Harry the Hare" by James B. Hemesath

  Just to clarify: the title of the story is not "(the title is an ink blot)"--the title IS an ink blot.

  • "Bed Sheets Are White" by Evelyn Lief
  • "Tissue": "At the Fitting Shop" and "53rd American Dream" by James Sallis
  • "Elouise And The Doctors of the Planet Pergamon" by Josephine Saxton
  • "Chuck Berry, Won't You Please Come Home" by Ken McCullough
  • "Epiphany For Aliens" by David Kerr
  • "Eye of the Beholder" by Burt K. Filer
  • "Moth Race" by Richard Hill
  • "Getting Along" by James Blish and Judith Ann Lawrence
  • "Totenbuch" by A Parra (Y Figueredo)
  • "With the Bentfin Boomer Boys on Little Old New Alabama" by Richard A. Lupoff
  • "Last Train to Kankakee" by Robin Scott
  • "Empire of the Sun" by Andrew Weiner
  • "Ozymandias" by Terry Carr
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