The Street That Wasn’t There

This is a fantasy best not read before bedtime. The story is about a man who reasoned that matter’s form and shape comes from the minds of men and that other beings in a higher dimension might wrest that control away. Twenty years after a book was published containing his idea it seems to be coming to pass. He watches his world disappear piece by piece.
This story by Clifford D. Simak and Carl Jacobi was first published in Comet Magazine in July 1941. The text is available at

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