Transience (short story)

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"Transience" is a short story by English writer Arthur C. Clarke, firsti published in 1949 in the magazine Startling Stories.[1] It was later collected in The Other Side of the Sky and The Nine Billion Names of God.

The story is told through the medium of three children playing at about the same physical location on Earth, but across vast gulfs of time.

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