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Third Level, the (1950) [Short Story]
by Jack Finney Rating: Weighted - 7.2 / Average - 7.0 of 10 (1 votes) (Rate!)
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During the mid-1950s a man stumbles onto the third level of Grand Central Station in New York City, realizing that he has discovered a direct passage to 1894.

Originally published in Collierís, 7 October 1950;
Reprinted in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, October 1952.

Original title: The Third Level
Original languages: English


Genre: FictionFantasyTime Travel

This work is a subwork of the following works :
     Third Level, the (1957) [Collection]
      Author: Jack Finney
     50 Short Science Fiction Tales (1963) [Anthology]
      Authors: Arthur C. Clarke , Isaac Asimov , Robert A. Heinlein , Poul Anderson , A.E. van Vogt , Fritz Leiber , Damon Knight , Cyril M. Kornbluth , Eric Frank Russell , Robert Sheckley , Theodore Sturgeon , John D. MacDonald , Jack Finney , Alan E. Nourse , Roger Dee , Arthur Porges , Fredric Brown , Karen Anderson , Anthony Boucher , William Tenn , Mildred Clingerman , Evelyn E. Smith , Mack Reynolds , Walt Sheldon , Stuart Friedman , H.B. Hickey , Frank M. Robinson , James H. Schmitz , David Grinnell , Ralph Williams , W. Hilton-Young , Peter Phillips , Winston K. Marks , Idris Seabright , S. Fowler Wright , Edward Grendon , Cleve Cartmill , Will Stanton , Howard Schoenfeld , Lion Miller , Alan Nelson , Alan Bloch , T. P. Caravan , Peter Cartur , James O. Causey , Arthur Feldman , Marion Gross , Albert Hernhuter , Jack Lewis , Avro Manhattan , John P. McKnight , Edward G. Robles, Jr.


  • Online fantasy and science fiction magazine The Third Level, published by Knox College, Illinois, is titled after Finney's short story

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