By Brian W. Aldiss
David is simply a bit boy, a bit boy who loves his mom, and his teddy undergo. David desires to make his mummy satisfied, and inform her he loves her, yet cannot particularly appear to locate the words.
His verbal verbal exchange heart is giving him hassle back. He could have to return to the factory.
For greater than 4 a long time Brian Aldiss has been confounding the bounds of satire, poetry, and technology fiction, developing tales from the good of dreamscapes that arise sharp opposed to the innovative of our technological society.
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