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Yes, apparently 1923 had "Phantom of the Opera" author Gaston Leroux writing "La poupée sanglante", AKA "La machine à assassiner", about a man wrongfully guillotened for murder, then having his head attached to a robot that proceeds to wreak revenge on those who wronged him. I want desperately to read this thing, but it's out of print, possibly never even printed in the US, and not available on Project Gutenberg. I can't even find anything on Google. Anybody have a suggestion where I could find this thing, preferably in English?
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