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The Disintegration Machine by Arthur Conan Doyle

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The Disintegration Machine
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Publisher: Feedbooks
ISBN/ASIN: B0046HA2HY

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Professor Challenger is arguing with people who are persistently calling him on the telephone when his young friend Malone, a reporter for the Gazette, enters and requests Challenger accompany him to inspect the discovery of Theodore Nemor, who claims to have invented a machine capable of disintegrating objects. Skeptical of the invention, Challenger accepts Malone's proposal and accompanies him to the house of Nemor.

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