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'Warm' by Robert Sheckley is a story where we are taken on a perceptual journey in the head of a man called Anders. The narrative of the story is linearly progressive and the change in the narrator's perception about the world around him is shown transforming slowly, with perceptions of each thing around him gaining more and more 'clarity'. The narrative uses the gestalt theory as its basis to create excitement as the story moves on, which ultimately leads the narrator's perception to a climactic nothingness. The story is a good piece of short science fiction, that kind which uses less of a plot and more psychology to make it interesting.