The Man Who Could Not Stop by A. Bertram Chandler:
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Clavering was on the run. He had dodged and bribed and stowed away, and he had made it all the way to the Rim Worlds, on the outermost edge of the galaxy. Man could go no further, which was torture to Clavering, The Man Who Could Not Stop. (Breathless promotional blurb.) Select an invention:

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