Science Fiction Studies

# 9 = Volume 3, Part 2 = July 1976



  • Stephen H. Goldman. The Polymorphic Worlds of John Brunner: How Do They Happen? (Joe De Bolt, ed., The Happening Worlds of John Brunner)
  • David Y. Hughes. Bergonzi and After in the Criticism of Wells's SF (Bernard Bergonzi. The Early H.G. Wells: A Study of the Scientific Romances; Mark R. Hillegas. The Future as Nightmare: H.G. Wells and the Anti-utopians; Patrick Parrinder. H.G. Wells; Robert M. Philmus. Into the Unknown: The Evolution of Science Fiction from Francis Godwin to H.G. Wells; Norman and Jeanne MacKenzie. H.G. Wells: A Biography; Bernard Bergonzi, ed. H.G. Wells)


  • Utopias Imagined and Attempted (Kenneth M. Roemer. The Obsolete Necessity: America in Utopian Writings, 1888-1900; Charles Pierce LeWarne. Utopias on Puget Sound, 1885-1915) (Arthur O. Lewis)


  • Hypocrite lecteur!—mon semblable,—mon frère! (R.D. Mullen)
  • On Wolk, Eisenstein, and Christianson in SFS #8 (Darko Suvin)
  • In Response to Professor Suvin (Gale E. Christianson)
  • On the Age of the Term "Science Fiction" (Brian W. Aldiss)
  • Documents in the History of Science Fiction (R.D. Mullen)
  • A New Bibliography of Wells (Patrick Parrinder)
  • Notes on Various Matters by Various Hands


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