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A couple more:
# this one's a bit contrived... for($recent..$later) { $live .= $interesting * $_; } do { $dreams =~ s/Terror(?:Death)// } while $dreams; # as is this one... $alien = `touch`; for (0..5) { push@time,scalar(localtime); sleep 1; } print $_,$/ for @time; sub human { -t $man; } while (!$home) { if (fork) { $home++; } else { $home--; } }
Interesting Times (Terry Pratchett)

The Dream Cycle: Dreams of Terror and Death (H.P.Lovecraft)

Contact (Carl Sagan)

A brief History of Time (Stephen Hawking)

Terminal Man (Michael Chrichton)

The Odyssey (Homer)


Update: Restructured some of the code to something remotely worthwhile...

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