"What Goes Up" is a science fiction short story by Arthur C. Clarke, first published in 1956, and later anthologized in Tales from the White Hart. Like the rest of the collection, it is a frame story set in the fictional pub "White Hart", where Harry Purvis narrates the secondary tale. The title is a reference to the common phrase "What goes up must come down."

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  • "What Goes Up" is a science fiction short story by Arthur C. Clarke, first published in 1956, and later anthologized in Tales from the White Hart. Like the rest of the collection, it is a frame story set in the fictional pub "White Hart", where Harry Purvis narrates the secondary tale. The title is a reference to the common phrase "What goes up must come down." (en)
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  • January 1956
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  • "What Goes Up" is a science fiction short story by Arthur C. Clarke, first published in 1956, and later anthologized in Tales from the White Hart. Like the rest of the collection, it is a frame story set in the fictional pub "White Hart", where Harry Purvis narrates the secondary tale. The title is a reference to the common phrase "What goes up must come down." (en)
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  • What Goes Up (short story) (en)
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