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NAGL, Manfred. National Peculiarities in German Science Fiction: Science Fiction as a National and Topical Literature. #23, 8:1 [March 1981].29-34.

------. The Science Fiction Film in Historical Perspective. #31, 10:3 [November 1983].262-77.

------. Science Fiction, Occult Sciences, and Nazi Myths. #3, 1:3 [Spring 1974].185-97.(Full Text)

NAPIER, Susan J.  When the Machines Stop: Fantasy, Reality, and Terminal Identity in Neon Genesis Evangelion and Serial Experiments Lain. #88, 29:3 [November 2002]. 418-435.

NELSON, Diane. A Social Science Fiction of Fevers, Delirium, and Discovery: The Calculta Chromosome, the Colonial Laboratory, and the Postcolonial New Human  #90, 30:2 [July 2003].246-66.

NEWELL, Dianne and Victoria Lamont. Rugged Domesticity: Frontier Mythology in Post-Armageddon Science Fiction by Women. #97, 32:3 [November 2005].

NICOL, Charles.  J.G. Ballard and the Limits of Mainstream SF, #9, 3:2 [July 1976].150-57.(Full Text)

------. Nabokov and Science Fiction: "Lance," #41, 14:1 [March 1987].9-20.

NIXON, Nicola. Cyberpunk: Preparing the Ground for Revolution or Keeping the Boys Satisfied? #57, 19: [July 1992].219-35.(Full Text)

NODELMAN, Perry. Out There in Children's SF: Forward Into the Past. #37, 12:3 [November 1985].285-96.

NUDELMAN, Rafail. An Approach to the Structure of Le Guin's Science Fiction.  #7, 2:3 [November 1975].210-20. (Full Text)

------. Conversation in a Railway Compartment. #15, 5:2 [July 1978].118-30. (Full Text)

------. Soviet Sciene Fiction and the Ideology of Soviet Society. #47, 16:1 [March 1989].38-66.

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ORBAUGH, Sharalyn  Sex and the Single Cyborg: Japanese Popular Culture Experiments in Subjectivity #88, 29:3 [November 2002]. 436-452.

OWER, John. "Aesop" and the Ambiguity of Clifford Simak's City.#18, 6:2 [July 1976].164-167. (Full Text)

OZOLINS, Aija. Dreams and Doctrines: Dual Strands in Frankenstein.  #6, 2:2 [July 1975].103-12.(Full Text)

 

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PAGETTI, Carlo. Dick and Meta-SF. #5, 2:1 [March 1975].24-31.(Full Text)

------. The First Men in the Moon: H.G. Wells and the Fictional Strategies of his "Scientific Romances," #21, 7:2 [July 1980].124-33.

------. In the Year of Our Lord Hitler 720: Katharine Burdekin's Swastika Night. #52, 17:3 [November 1990].360-69.

PALMER. Christopher. Galactic Empires and the Contemporary Extravaganza: Dan Simmons and Iain M. Banks. #77, 26:1 [March 1999].73-90. (Full Text)

-----.  Mona Lisa Overdrive and the Prosthetic.  #93, 31:2 [July 2004]. 227-42.

-----. Pattern Recognition: "None of What We Do Here Is Ever Really Private." #100, 33:3 [November 2006]. 473-82.

------. Postmodernism and the Birth of the Author in Philip K. Dick's Valis #55, 18:3 [November 1991].330-42.(Full Text)

PALUMBO, Donald. The Monomyth as Fractal Pattern in Frank Herbert's DUNE Novels. #76, 25:3 [November 1998].433-58.

PARKER, Jo Alyson. Gendering the Robot: Stanislaw Lem's "The Mask." # 57, 19:2 [July 1992].178-91. (Full Text)

PARRlNDER, Patrick. The Alien Encounter: Or, Ms. Brown and Mrs. Le Guin. # 17, 6:1 [March 1979].46-58.

------. Imagining the Future: Zamyatin and Wells. #1, 1: [Spring 1974].17-26. (Full Text)

------. News From Nowhere, The Time Machine, and the Break-up of Classical Realism. #10, 3:3 [November 1976].265-74.(Full Text)

------. Utopia and Meta-Utopia in H.G. Wells. #36, 12:2 [July 1985].115-28.

------. Wells's Cancelled Endings for "The Country of the Blind". #50, 17:1 [March 1990].71-76.

 

      

 

PARTINGTON, Gill. Friedrich Kittler’s Aufschreibsystem. #98, 33:1 [March 2006].

PARTSCH, Cornelius. Paul Scheerbart and the Art of Science Fiction. #87, 29:2 [July 2002].202-20.

PASTOURMATZI, Domna. Hellenic Magazines of Science Fiction. #79, 26:2 [July 1999].412-430.

PATRICK, J. Max. Iconoclasm, the Complement of Utopianism, #9, 3:2 [July 1976].157-61.(Full Text)\

PAULK, Charles. Post-National Cool: William Gibson's Japan. #115, 38:3 [November 2011]. 478-500.

PEARSON, Wendy. After the (Homo)Sexual: A Queer Analysis of Anti-Sexuality in Sheri S. Tepper's The Gate to Women's County.  #69, 23:2 [July 1996].199-226.

------. Alien Cryptographies: The View from Queer. #77, 26:1 [March 1999].1-22.(Full Text)

------. Born to Be Bron: Destiny and Destinerrance in Samuel R. Delany’s Trouble on Triton. #109, 36:3 [November 2009]. 461-77.

PEI, Lowry. Poor Singletons: Definitions of Humanity in the Stories of James Tiptree, Jr. #19, 6:3 [November 1979].271.(Full Text)

PEPPERS, Cathy. Dialogic Origins and Alien Identities in Butler's XENOGENESIS. #65, 22:1 [March 1995].47-62. (Full Text)

PERRAKIS, Phyllis Sternberg. The Marriage of Inner and Outer Space in Doris Lessing's Shikasta. #51, 17:2 [July 1990].221.

PFAELZER, Jean. The Changing of the Avant Garde: The Feminist Utopia. #46, 15:3 [November 1988].282-94.

------. Parody and Satire in American Dystopian Fiction of the 19th Century. #20, 7:1 [March 1980].61-72.

PHILMUS, Robert M.  Futurological Congress as Metageneric Text. #40, 13:3 [November 1986].313-28.

------. H.G. Wells as Literary Critic for the Saturday Review. With Abstracts of 92 Reviews, 1895-97. #12, 4:2 [July 1977].166-93.

------. Matters of Translation: Karel Capek and Paul Selver. #83, 28:1 [March 2001]. 7-32.

------. The Satiric Ambivalence of The Island of Doctor Moreau. #23, 8:1 [March 1981].2-11.

------. The Strange Case of Moreau Gets Stranger. #57, 19:2 [July 1992].248-50.(Full Text)

------. Wells and Borges and the Labyrinths of Time. #4, 1:4 [Fall 1974].237-48. (Full Text)

------. A Dialogue Between Ideaphilos and Philologos. #3, 1:3 [Spring 1974].214-16. (Full Text)

------. The Two Faces of Philip K. Dick #53, 18:1 [March 1991].91-103

PIERCE, John J.  The Literary Experience of Hard Science Fiction  #60, 20:2 [July 1993].176-83. (Full text.)

PLANK, Robert. From Science Fiction to Life and Death: A Case History. #14, 5:2 [March 1978].11-18. (Full Text)

------. Quixote's Mills: The Man-Machine Encounter in SF. #2, 1:2 [Fall 1973].68-78.(Full Text)

------. Ursula K. Le Guin and the Decline of Romantic Love,  #8, 3:2 [March 1976].36-43.(Full Text)

PORTELLI, Alessandro. Jack London's Missing Revolution: Notes on The Iron Heel #27, 9:2 [July 1982].180-194. (Full Text)

------. The Three Laws of Robotics. #21, 7:2 [July 1980].150-56.

PORTER, David L. The Politics of Le Guin's Opus.  #7, 2:3 [November 1975].243-48.(Full Text)

PORUSH, David. Prigogine, Chaos, and Contemporary Science Fiction. #55, 18:3 [November 1999].367-86.(Full Text)

PROIETTI, Salvator. Frederick Philip Grove's Vision of Pastoral Utopianism. #58, 19:3 [November 1992].361.(Full Text)

PUKALLUS, Horst. See Sylvia PUKALLUS.

PUKALLUS, Sylvia Pukallus, Ronald M. Hahn and Horst Pukallus. "Perry Rhodan" as a Social and Ideological Phenomenon. #18, 6:2 [July 1976].190-200 (Full Text)

 

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"QUILL, John." The Women's Millennium (ed. David Ketterer). #44, 15:2 [March 1988].82-87. (Full Text)         

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                         RABKIN, Eric S. The Composite Fiction of Olaf Stapledon, #28, 9:3 [November 1982].238-48.

                         ------. Irrational Expectations; or, How Economics and the  Post-Industrial World Failed Philip K. Dick. #45, 15:2 [July 1988].161-72.

                         RANSOM, Amy J. Oppositional Postcolonialism in Québécois Science Fiction. #99, 33:2 [July 2006]. 291-312.

                        ------. (Un)common Grounds: National Sovereignty and  Individual Identity in Contemporary SF from Québec. #82, 27:3 [November                         2000]. 439-60.  (Full Text)

                        REDONDO, Juan C. Toledano. From Socialist Realism to Anarchist Capitalism: Cuban Cyberpunk. #97, 32:3 [November 2005].442-66.

                        REMI-MAURE. Science Fiction in Chile. #33, 11:2 [July 1984].181-89.

                         REMINGTON, Thomas J. Three Reservations on the Structuralist  Road. #11, 4:1 [March 1977].48-54.

                         RENARD, Maurice. On the Scientific-Marvellous Novel and Its  Influence on the Understanding of Progress. #64, 21:3 [November                              &1994].397.  (Full Text)

                         RIEDER, John. Embracing the Alien: Science Fiction in Mass Culture, #26, 9:1 [March 1982].26-37.

 

 ------. On Defining SF, or Not: Genre Theory, SF, and History. #111, 37:2 [July 2010]. 191-209.

 ------. The Metafictive World of The Man in the High Castle: Hermeneutics, Ethics, Political Ideology. #45, 15:2 [July 1988].214-25.

ROBERTS, Ian F. Maupertuis: Doppelganger of Doctor Moreau. #84, 28:3 [November 1982]. 261-74.

ROBERTS, Robin. Post-Modernism and Feminist Science Fiction. #51, 17:2 [July 1990].136-52.

ROBERTSON, Benjamin. "Some Matching Strangeness": Biology, Politics, and the Embrace of History in Octavia Butler's Kindred. #112, 37:3 [November 2010]. 362-381.

RODNIANSKAIA, Irina. Two Faces of Stanislaw Lem: On His Master's Voice. #40, 13:3 [November 1986].352-60.

ROEMER, Kenneth M. Utopian Literature, Empowering Students, and Gender Awareness #70, 23:3 [November 1996].393-405.

ROMANOWSKI, Sylvie. Cyrano de Bergerac's Epistemological Bodies: "Pregnant with a Thousand Definitions". #76, 25:3 [November 1998].414-32.

ROSE, Mark. Filling the Void: Verne, Wells, and Lem. #24, 8:2 [July 1981].121-42.

ROSSI, Umberto. From Dick to Lethem: The Dickian Legacy, Postmodernism, and Avant-Pop in Jonathan Lethem’s Amnesia Moon  #86, 29:1 [March 2002].15-33.

-----.  The Game of the Rat: A.E. Van Vogt’s 800-Word Rule and P.K. Dick’s The Game-Players of Titan. #93, 31:2 [July 2004]. 207-26.

-----. Images from the Disaster Area: An Apocalyptic Reading of Urban Landscapes in Ballard's The Drowned World and Hello America. #62, 21:1 [March 1994].81-97.(Full Text)

-----.The Shunts in the Tale: The Narrative Archtecture of Philip K. Dick's VALIS. #117, 39:2 [2012]. 243-261.

ROTTENSTEINER, Franz. Paul Scheerbart, Fantast of "Otherness," #33, 11:2 [July 1984].109-121.

------. Playing Around With Creation: Philip José Farmer. #2, 1:2 [Fall 1973].94-98.(Full Text)

RUDDICK, Nicholas. Ballard/Crash/Baudrillard. #58, 19:3 [November 1992].42-50. (Full Text)

"Tell Us All About Little Rosebery": Topicality and Temporality in H.G. Wells’s The Time Machine. #85, 29:2 [November 2001].337-54.

-----.  The World Turned Inside Out: Decoding Clarke's Rendezvous with Rama. # 35, 12:1 [March 1985].42.

RUSS, Joanna. Amor Vincit Foeminam: The Battle of the Sexes in Science Fiction. #20, 7:1 [March 1980].2-15.

------. SF and Technology as Mystification. #16, 5:3 [November 1976].250-60. (Full Text)

------. Towards an Aesthetic of Science Fiction. #6, 2:2 [July 1975].112-19.(Full Text)

RUTLEDGE, Amelia A. Star Maker: The Agnostic Quest, #28, 9:3 [November 1982].274-83.

 

 

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ST. CLAIR. Justin. Borrowed Time: Thomas Pynchon's Against The Day and the Victorian Fourth Dimension. #113, 38:1 [July 2011]. 46-66.

SALISBURY, Laura. Michel Serres: Science, Fiction, and the Shape of Relation.  #98, 33:1 [March 2006]

SALVESTRONI, Simonetta. The Ambiguous Miracle in Three Novels by the Strugatsky Brothers. #34, 11:3 [November 1984].291-303.

------. The Science Fiction Films of Andrei Tarkovsky. #43, 14:3 [November 1987].294-306.

SAMMONS, Todd H. Return of the Jedi: Epic Graffiti. #43, 14:3 [November 1987].355-71.

SAMUELSON, David N. Childhood's End: A Median Stage of Adolescence?. #1, 1:1 [Spring 1973].4-17.(Full Text)

------. The Lost Canticles of Walter M. Miller, Jr, #8, 3:1 [March 1976].3-26. (Full Text)

------. Adventures in Paraliterature #70, 23:3 [November 1996].389-392.

------. Modes of Extrapolation: The Formulas of Hard Science Fiction. #60, 20:2 [July 1993].191-232.

------. Critical Mass: The Science Fiction of Fredrick Pohl. #20, 7:1 [March 1980].80-95.

------. Introduction (to Special Section on Hard Science Fiction) #60, 20:2 [July 1993] (Full Text)

SANDERS, Joe. Science Fiction and Detective Fiction: The Case of John D. MacDonald. #21, 72; [July 1980].157-65.

SANDERS, Scott. Invisible Men and Women: The Disappearance of Character in Scienec Fiction. #11, 4:1 [March 1977].14-24.

SARGENT, Lyman Tower. Themes in Utopian Fiction in English Before Wells, #10, 3:3 [November 1976].275-82. (Full Text)

SCAFELLA, Frank. The White Sphinx and The Time Machine. #25, 8:3 [November 1981].255-65.

SCHAFER, Martin. The Rise and Fall of Antiutopia: Utopia, Gothic Romance, Dystopia. #19, 6:3 [November 1979].287.(Full Text)

SCHEICK, William J. Toward the Ultra-SF Novel: H.G. Wells's Star Begotten. #23, 8:1 [March 1981].19-25.

SCHNELLBÄCHER, Thomas. Has the Empire Sunk Yet?—The Pacific in Japanese Science Fiction  #88, 29:3 [November 2002]. 382-396.

SCHROEDER, Randy. Determinacy, Indeterminacy, and the Romantic in William Gibson. #63, 21:2 [July 1994].155-63.

SCHULZ, H.-J. Science Fiction and Ideology: Some Problems of Approach. #42, 14:2 [July 1987].165-79.

SCHWARTZ, Richard A.  Thomas Pynchon and the Evolution of Fiction. #24, 8:2 [July 1981].165-72.

SCOBIE, Steven. What's the Story, Mother?: The Mourning of the Alien. #59, 20:1 [March 1993].80-93.

SEDGEWICK, Cristina. The Fork in the Road: Can Science Fiction Survive in Postmodern, Megacorporate America? #53, 18:1 [March 1991].11-52.

 

    

 

SEED, David. The Course of Empire: A Survey of the Imperial Theme in Early Anglophone Science Fiction. #111, 37:2 [July 2010]. 230-52.

------. Deconstructing the Body Politic in Wolfe's Limbo. #72, 24:2 [July 1997].267-88.

------.  H.G. Wells and the Liberating Atom #89, 30:1 [March 2003].33-48.

------. The Postwar Jeremiads of Philip Wylie. #66, 22:2 [July 1995].234-51. (Full Text)

SHELTON, Robert. The Mars-Begotten Men of Olaf Stapledon and H.G. Wells. #32, 11:1 [March 1984].1-14.

SHETLEY, Vernon, & Alissa Fergusson. Reflection in a Silver Eye: Lens and Mirror in Blade Runner. #83, 28:1 [March 2001]. 66-76.

SIEGEL, Mark. Foreigner as Alien in Japanese Science Fantasy. #37, 12:3 [November 1985].252-63.

------. The Rocky Horror Picture Show: More than a Lip Service. #22, 7:3 [November 1980].305-12.

------. SF Characterization and TV's Battle for the Stars. #22, 7:3 [November 1980].270-77.

SIIVONEN, Timo. Cyborgs and Generic Oxymorons: The Body and Technology in William Gibson's Cyberspace Trilogy. #69, 23:2 [July 1996].227-44.

SILVIO, Carl. Refiguring the Radical Cyborg in Mamoru Oshii's Ghost in the Shell. #77, 26:1 [March 1999].54-72. (Full Text)

SIMS, Christopher. The Dangers of Individualism and the Human Relationship to Technology in Philip K. Dick’s Do Androids Dream  of Electric Sheep? #107, 36:1 [March 2009]. 67-86.

SLUSSER, George E. The Beginnings of Fiction. #49, 16:3 [November 1989].307-37.

------. Heinlein's Perpetual Motion Fur Farm, #26, 9:1 [March 1982].51-67.

------. History, Historicity, Story. #45, 15:2 [July 1988].187-213.

------. "SF in France": An Introduction. #49, 16:3 [November 1989].251-53.

------. Structures of Apprehension: Lem, Heinlein, and the Strugatskys.  #47, 16:1 [March 1989].1-37.

------ & Danièle Chatelaine. Conveying Unknown Worlds: Patterns of Communication in Science Fiction. #87, 29:2 [July 2002].161-85

-------.  Spacetime Geometries: Time Travel and the Modern Geometrical Narrative. #66, 22:2 [July 1995].161-86. (Full text)

-------. Why They Kill Jules Verne: Science Fiction and Cartesian Culture. #95, 32:1 [March 2005].61-79. (Full text)

SMALL, Elizabeth. Religious Institutions in Spanish Science Fiction. #83, 28:1 [March 2001]. 33-48.

SMITH, Curtis C. The Manuscript of Last and First Men: Towards a Variorum, #28, 9:3 [November 1982].265-273.

SMITH, Daryl. Droppin’ Science Fiction: Signification and Singularity in the Metapocalypse of Du Bois, Baraka, and Bell. #102, 34:2 [July 2007]

SMUSZKIEWICZ, Antoni. Props and Their Function in Science Fiction. #42, 14:2 [July 1987].222-29.

------. Space and Time in Contemporary Polish SF. #17, 6:1 [March 1979].85-91.

SOMAY, Bülent. Towards an Open-Ended Utopia. #32, 11:1 [March 1984].25-38.

SPEHNER, Norbert. & Elisabeth Vonarburg. SF in Québec: A Survey. #21, 7:2 [July 1980].191-99.

SPIEGEL, Simon. Things Made Strange: On the Concept of “Estrangement” in Science Fiction Theory. #106, 35:3 [November 2008]. 369-387.

SPENCER, Kathleen L.  "The Red Sun is High, The Blue Low": Towards a Stylistic Description of SF. #29, 10:1 [March 1983].35-49.

------. Rescuing the Female Child: The Fiction of Joanna Russ. #51, 17:2 [July 1990].167.

SPONSLER, Claire. Beyond the Ruins: The Geopolitics of Urban Decay and Cybernetic Play. #60, 20:2 [July 1993].251-65.

           STAVANS, Ilan. Borges and Science Fiction. #50, 17:1 [March 1990].77.

           ------. Carlos Fuentes and the Future. #61, 20:3 [November 1993].409-413. (Full Text)

           STEFEN, Rudolf. Violence in SF, and Censorship in West Germany. #13, 4:3 [November 1977].271-76.

           STEFFEN-FLUHR, Nancy. The Case of the Haploid Heart: Psychological Patterns in the Science Fiction of Alice Sheldon (James Tiptree,            Jr). #51, 17:2  [July 1990].188-220.

           ------. Women and the Inner Game of Don Siegel's Invasion of the Body Snatchers. #33, 11:2 [July 1984].139-153.

           STERLING, Bruce. Slipstream 2. #113, 38:1 [March 2011]. 6-10. (Full text.)

           STERN, Michael. From Technique to Critique: Knowledge and Human Interests in Brunner's Stand on Zanzibar, The Jagged Orbit, and            The Sheep Look Up, #9, 3:2 [July 1976].112-30. (Full Text)

           ------. Making Culture into Nature; or, Who Put the "Specials" into "Special Effects," #22, 7:3 [November 1980].263-69.

           STILLMAN, Peter G. Dystopian Visions and Utopian Anticipations: Terry Bisson’s Pirates of the Universe as Critical Dystopia.            #85, 29:3 [November 2001].365-82.

STONE-BLACKBURN, Susan. Consciousness Evolution and Early Telepathic Tales. #60, 20:2 [July 1993].241-50.

------. Science and Humanism in Gregory Benford's Timescape. #46, 15:3 [November 1988].295-311.

STROMBECK, Andrew. The Network and the Archive: The Specter of Imperial Management in William Gibson’s Neuromancer. #111, 37:2 [July 2010]. 275-95.

SUVIN, Darko. The Alternate Islands: A Chapter in the History of SF. With a Select Bibliography on the SF of Antiquity, the Middle Ages, and the Renaissance, #10, 3:3 [November 1976].239-48.(Full Text)

-------. Narrative Logic, Ideological Domination, and the Range of Science Fiction: A Hypothesis with a Historical Test, #26, 9:1 [March 1982].1-25.

------. On What Is and Is Not an SF Narration; With a List of 101 Victorian Books That Should Be Excluded From SF Bibliographies. #14, 5:1 [March 1978].45-57. (Full Text)

------. Parables of De-Alienation: Le Guin's Widdershins Dance. #7, 2:3 [November 1975].265-74. (Full Text)

------. P.K. Dick's Opus: Artifice as Refuge and World View. #5, 2:2 [March 1975].8-22. (Full Text)

------. Playful Cognizing, or Technical Errors in Harmonyville: The SF of Johanna and Günter Braun. #23, 8:2 [March 1981].72-79.

------. Radical Rhapsody and Romantic Recoil in the Age of Anticipation: A Chapter in the History of SF. #4, 1:4 [Fall 1974].255-69.(Full Text)

------. The State of Art in SF Theory: Determining and Delimiting the Genre. #17, 6:1 [March 1979].32-45.

------. Victorian Science Fiction, 1871-85: The Rise of the Alternative History Sub-Genre. #30, 10:2 [July 1983]. 148-69.

------. Introductory Note (to The Science Fiction of Philip K. Dick Issue) #5, 2:1 [March 1975] (Full Text)

------. Introductory Note (to The Science Fiction of Ursula K. Le Guin Issue) #7, 2:3 [November 1975] (Full Text)

------. Introductory Note (to The Sociology of Science Fiction Issue) #13, 4:3 [November 1977] (Full Text)

SVILPIS, J.E. Science-Fiction Magazine Illustration: A Semiotic Analysis. #31, 10:3 [November 1983].278-91.

------. The Science-Fiction Prehistory of the Turing Test #106, 35:3 [Novmeber 2008]. 430-359.

SWANSON, Roy Arthur. Nabokov's Ada as Science Fiction. #5, 2:1 [March 1975].76-88.(Full Text)

------. The Spiritual Factor in Odd John and Sirius, #28, 9: [November 1982].284-93.

------. The True, the False, and the Truly False: Lucian's Philosophical Science Fiction, #10, 3:3 [November 1976].228-39.(Full Text)

SWANSTROM, Lisa. Capsules and Nodes and Ruptures and Flows: Circulating Subjectivity in Neal Stephenson’s Snow Crash. #110, 37:1 [March 2010]. 54-80.

SWIRSKI, Peter. Dystopia or Dischtopia: The Science-Fiction Paradigms of Thomas M. Disch. #54, 18:2 [July 1991].161-79.

SWOPE, Richard. Science Fiction Cinema and the Crime of Social-Spatial Reality #87, 29:2 [July 2002].221-46.

 

 

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