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The Remarkable Case of Davidson's Eyes

(1895)
A Novella by

 
 
This story by H.G. Wells concerns an accident in a lab resulting in a temporary experience of sensory dislocation: Davidson's sight is directed to a point on the other side of the globe. The narrator speculates that the cause of the condition was Davidson appearing between the poles of some big electromagnet which gave an extraordinary twist to his retinal elements.

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Title: The Remarkable Case of Davidson's Eyes
Author(s): H G Wells
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