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The protagonist in the story is Nell, who illicitly receives a copy of an interactive book originally intended for an aristocrat's child in the Neo-Victorian phyle. The story follows Nell as she uses the Primer, and to a lesser degree, two other girls who receive similar books, named Elizabeth and Fiona. The Primer is intended to make sure its reader leads an interesting life as defined by Lord Alexander Chung-Sik Finkle-McGraw and grows up to be an effective member of society. The Primer also reacts to its owners'

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ISBN:
9788498723649
Author:
Stephenson, Neal
Publisher:
Ediciones Zeta
Subject:
Science Fiction - High Tech
Subject:
Science / High Tech
Series:
Nova
Series Volume:
197
Publication Date:
20100731
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
Spanish
Pages:
667
Dimensions:
7.60x4.90x1.60 in. 1.15 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , The protagonist in the story is Nell, who illicitly receives a copy of an interactive book originally intended for an aristocrat's child in the Neo-Victorian phyle. The story follows Nell as she uses the Primer, and to a lesser degree, two other girls who receive similar books, named Elizabeth and Fiona. The Primer is intended to make sure its reader leads an interesting life as defined by Lord Alexander Chung-Sik Finkle-McGraw and grows up to be an effective member of society. The Primer also reacts to its owners'
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