Science Fiction Studies

 

 

  CUMULATIVE INDEX, BY AUTHOR, OF ARTICLES APPEARING IN SCIENCE FICTION STUDIES

In the first entry, 12 #37.337 = Volume 12, whole number 37, page 337.

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ABBOT, Carl. Homesteading on the Extraterrestrial Frontier #96, 32:2 [July 2005].240-264.

--------. Rocky Mountain Refuge: Constructing "Colorado" in Science Fiction. #117, 39:2 [July 2012]. 221-242.

ABBOTT, Stacey. Final Frontiers: Computer-Generated Imagery and the Science Fiction Film. #98, 33:1 [March 2006]

ABRAHM, Paul A. and Stuart Kenter. Tik-Tok and the Three Laws of Robotics #14, 5:2 [March 1975].67-80. (Full Text)

ABRASH, Merritt.  Through Logic to Apocalypse: Science-Fiction Scenarios of Nuclear Deterrence Breakdown. #39, 13:3 [November 1977].129-38.

ADAMOVIC, Ivan. Czech SF in the Last Forty Years. #50, 17:1 [March 1990].50-59.

ALDISS, Brian W. Dick's Maledictory Web: About and Around Martian Time-Slip #5, 2:1 [March 1975].42-47. (Full Text)

--------. Kepler's Error: The Polar Bear Theory of Pluripresence #68 23:1 (March 1996). (Full text.)

--------. Metaphysical Realism. #114, 38.2 [July 2011]. 225-231.

ALESSIO, Dominic. Introduction to The Great Romance. #61, 20:3 [November 1993].305. (Full Text)

ALKON, Paul. Samuel Madden's Memoirs of the Twentieth Century. #36, 12:2 [July 1985].184-201.

ALPERS, Hans Joachim. Loincloth, Double Ax, and Magic: "Heroic Fantasy" and Related Genres. #14, 5:1 [March 1978].19-32. (Full Text)

ALTERMAN, Peter S. The Surreal Translations of Samuel R. Delany #11, 4:1 [March 1977].25-34.

------. Aliens in Golding's The Inheritors. #14, 5:1 [March 1978].3-10. (Full Text)

AL'TOV, Genrikh. Levels of Narrative Ideas: Colors on the SF Palette. #15, 5:2. [July 1978].157-63. (Full Text)

ANGENOT, Marc. The Absent Paradigm: An Introduction to the Semiotics of Science Fiction.#17, 6:1 [March 1979].9-19.

------. The Emergence of the Anti-Utopian Genre in France: Souvestre, Giraudeau, Robida, et al. #36, 12:2 [July 1985].129-35.

------. Jules Verne and French Literary Criticism. #1, 1:1 [Spring 1973].33-37.(Full Text)

------. Jules Verne and French Literary Criticism II. #8, 3:1 [March 1976].46-49. (Full Text)

------. Science Fiction in France before Verne. #14, 5:1 [March 1978].58-66. (Full Text)

------ & Darko Suvin. Not Only but Also: Reflections on Cognition and Ideology in Science Fiction and SF Criticism.#18, 6:2 [July 1979].168-79. (Full Text)

------. A Response to Professor Fekete's "Five Theses." #46, 15:3 [November 1988].324-33.

ANNAS, Pamela J. New Worlds, New Words: Androgyny in Feminist Science Fiction. #15, 5:2 [July 1978].143-56. (Full Text)

ANNINSKI, L.A. On Lem's The High Castle. #40, 13:3 [November 1986].345-51.

ATTEBERY, Brian. Super Men. #74, 25:1 [March 1998].61-76.

------. Teaching Fantastic Literature #70, 23:3 [November 1996].406-10. (Full Text)

------. Aboriginality in Science Fiction. #97, 32:3 [November 2005].

AYRES, Susan. The "Straight Mind" in Russ's The Female Man. #65, 22:1 [March 1995].22-34. (Full Text)

 

BAGGESEN, Soren. Utopian and Dystopian Pessimism: Le Guin's The Word for World is Forest and Tiptree's "We Who Stole the Dream." #41, 14:1 [March 1987].34-43.

BAINBRIDGE, William Sims & Murray Dalziel. The Shape of Science Fiction as Perceived by the Fans. #15, 5:2 [July 1978].165-71. (Full Text)

BALCERZAN, Edward. Language and Ethics in Solaris. #6, 2:2 [July 1975].152-56. (Full Text)

BANERJEE, Anindita. Electricity: Science Fiction and Modernity in Early Twentieth-Century Russia #89, 30:1 [March 2003].49-71.

BARBOUR, Douglas.Wholeness and Balance in the Hainish Novels of Ursula K. Le Guin. #3, 1:3 [Spring 1974].164-73. (Full Text)

------. Wholeness and Balance: an Addendum. #7, 2:3 [November 1975].248-49. (Full Text)

BARNOUW, Dagmar Science Fiction as a Model for Probabilistic Worlds: Stanislaw Lem's Fantastic Empiricism #18, 6: 2 [July 1979].153-63.(Full Text)

BARR, Marleen. "The Females do the Fathering": James Tiptree's Male Matriarchs and Adult Human Gametes. #38, 13:1 [March 1986].42-49.

BARRETT, Thomas M. Heart of a Serpent? The Cold War Science Fiction of Murray Leinster. #177, 39:2 [July 2012]. 195-220.

BARRICELLI, Jean-Pierre. Afterward: The Morigny Conference. #45, 15:2. [July 1988]

BARTTER, Martha. Nuclear Holocaust as Urban Renewal. #39, 13:2 [July 1986].148-58.

------. The (Science-Fiction) Reader and the Quantum Paradigm: Problems in Delany's Stars in My Pocket Like Grains of Sand.  #52, 17:3 [November 1990].325-40.

BATTIS, Jes. Delany’s Queer Markets: Nevèrÿon and the Texture of Capital. #109, 36:3 [November 2009]. 478-89.

BAUDRILLARD, Jean. Ballard's Crash. #55, 18:3 [November 1991].313-20.(Full Text)

------. Simulacra and Science Fiction. #55, 18:3 [November 1991].309-13.(Full Text)

BEAUMONT, Matthew. "Red Sphinx: Mechanics of the Uncanny in The Time Machine." #99, 33:2 [July 2006]. 209-229.

BELL, Andrea. Desde Júpiter: Chile's Earliest Science-Fiction Novel. #66, 22:2 [July 1995].187-97. (Full Text)

------, and Moisés Hassón. Prelude to the Golden Age: Chilean Science Fiction 1900-1959. #75, 25:2 [July 1998].285-99.

BELLAMY, Edward. How I Came to Write Looking Backward. #12, 4:2 [July 1977].194-95. (Full Text)

BENFORD, Gregory.  Time and Timescape. #60, 20:2 [July 1993].184-90.

------. Verne to Varley: Hard SF Evolves. #95, 32:1 [March 2005].163-71. (Full text)

BENNETT, Maurice J. Edgar Allan Poe and the Tradition of Lunar Speculation. #30, 10:2 [July 1983].137-147.

BEN-YEHUDA, Nachman. Sociological Reflections on the History of SF in Israel. #38, 13:1 [March 1986].64-78.

BENGELS, Barbara. The Pleasures and Perils of Teaching Science Fiction. #70, 23:3 [November 1996].428-31. (Full Text)

BERGER, Albert I.  Nuclear Energy: Science Fiction's Metaphor of Power #18, 6:2 [July 1989].121-28 (Full Text)

------. Science-Fiction Critiques of the American Space Program, 1945-1958. #15, 5:2 [July 1978].99-109. (Full Text)

------. SF Fans in Socio-Economic Perspective: Factors in the Social Consciousness of a Genre. #13, 4:3 [November 1977].232-46

------. Theories of History and Social Order in Astounding Science Fiction. 1934-55. #44, 15:1 [March 1988].12-35.

------. Towards a Science of the Nuclear Mind: Science-Fiction Origins of Dianetics. #48, 16:2 [July 1989].123-44.

------. The Triumph of Prophecy: Science Fiction and Nuclear Power in the Post-Hiroshima Period #9, 3:2 [July 1976].143-50 (Full Text)

------. Love, Death, and the Atomic Bomb: Sexuality and Community in Science Fiction, 1935-55. #25, 8:2 [July 1981].280-96.

BERNARDI, Daniel.  Star Trek in the 1960s. Liberal-Humanism and the Production of Race. #72, 24:2 [July 1997].209-25.

BERNATCHEZ, Josh. Monstrosity, Suffering, Subjectivity, and  Sympathetic Community in Frankenstein and “The Structure of Torture.” #108, 36:2 [July 2009]. 205-16.

BERTONNEAU, Thomas F. Sacrifice and Sainthood: Walter M. Miller, Jr.’s Short Fiction #106, 35:3 [November 2008]. 404-429

BICKMAN, Martin. Le Guin's The Left Hand of Darkness: Form and Content #11, 4:1 [March 1977].42-47.

BIERMAN, Judah. Ambiguity in Utopia: The Dispossessed. #7, 2: 3 [November 1975].249-57. (Full Text)

BISHOP, Rebecca. “Several Exceptional Forms of Primates”: Simian Cinema. #105 35:2 [July 2008]. 238-50. (Full Text.)

BITTNER, James W. Persuading Us to Rejoice and Teaching Us How to Praise: Le Guin's Orsinian Tales. #16, 5:3 [November 1978].215-42. (Full Text)

BLAIR, Karin. Sex and Star Trek. #31, 10:3 [November 1983].292-97.

BLEILER, Everett F. Johann Valentin Andreae, Fantasist and Utopist #104, 35:1 [March 2008]

BOOKER, M. Keith. Woman on the Edge of a Genre: The Feminist Dystopias of Marge Piercy. #64, 21:3 [November 1994].337-50. (Full Text)

BORGMEIER, Raimund. Objectives and Methods in the Analysis of SF: The Case of Science-Fiction Studies. #52, 17:3 [November 1990].383-391.

BOSS, Judith E. The Season of Becoming: Ann Maxwell's Change. #35, 12:1 [March 1985].51-65.

BOLLINGER, Laurel. Symbiogenesis, Selfhood, and Science Fiction. #110, 37:1 {Match 2010]. 34-53.

BOLTON, Christopher. Editorial Introduction: The Borders of Japanese Science Fiction. #88, 29:3 [November 2002].321-22. (Full Text)

BOULD, Mark. Come Alive by Saying No: An Introduction to Black Power SF  #102, 34:2 [July 2007]

-----, The Ships Landed Long Ago: Afrofuturism and Black SF #102, 34:2 [July 2007] (Full text)

-----, What Kind of Monster Are You? Situating the Boom. #91, 30:3 [November 1993].394-416.

------, and Sherryl VINT. Learning from the Little Engines That Couldn’t: Transported by Gernsback, Wells, and Latour. #98, 33:1 [March 2006]

BOZZETTO, Roger. Dick in France: A Love Story. #45, 15:2 [July 1988].131-40.

------. Intercultural Interplay: SF in France and the US (As Viewed from the French Shore). #50, 17:1 [March 1990].1-24.

------. Kepler's Somnium; or, Science Fiction's Missing Link. #52, 17:3 [November 1990].370-82.

------. Moreau's Tragi-Farcical Island. #59, 20:1 [March 1993].34-44.

------ & Arthur B. Evans. The Surrealistic Science Fiction of Serge Brussolo. #73, 24:3 [November 1997].430-44.

BRANHAM, Robert. Stapledon's "Agnostic Mysticism." #28, 9:3 [November 1982].249-56.

BREDEHOFT, Thomas A. The Gibson Continuum: Cyberspace and Gibson's Mervyn Kihn Stories. #66, 22:2 [July 1995].252-63. (Full Text)

------. Origin Stories: Feminist Science Fiction and C.L. Moore's "Shambleau." #73, 24:3 [November 1997].369-86.

BRIANS, Paul.  Nuclear War in SF. 1945-59. #34, 11:3 [November 1984]. 253-63.

BRIDGSTOCK, Martin. A Psychological Approach to "Hard" SF. #29, 10:1 [March 1983].50-57.

BRIGG, Peter. Analogies of Scale in Macroscope. #6, 2:2 [July 1975].119-30.(Full Text)

BRODERICK, Mick. Surviving Armageddon: Beyond the Imagination of Disaster. #61, 20:3 [November 1993].362-82.(Full Text)

BROWN, J. Andrew  Edmundo Paz Soldán and his Precursors: Borges, Dick, and the SF Canon. #103 33:4 [November 2007]. 473-83.

BUKATMAN, Scott. Postcards from the Posthuman Solar System. #55, 18:3 [November 1991].343-57.(Full Text)

BUKEAVITCH, Neal. "Are We Adopting the Right Measures to Cope?": Ecocrisis in John Brunner’s Stand on Zanzibar." #86, 29:1 [March 2002].53-70.

BURGESS, Helen J. "Road of Giant": Nostalgia and the Ruins of the Superhighway in Kim Stanley Robinson's Three Californias Trilogy." #99, 33:2 [July 2006]. 275-290.

BUTCHER, William. Hidden Treasures: The Manuscripts of Twenty Thousand Leagues. #95, 32:1 [March 2005].43-60. (Full text)

BUTLER, Andrew M. Thirteen Ways of Looking at the British Boom  #91, 30:3 [November 2003].374-93.

------. LSD, Lying Ink, and Lies, Inc. #96, 32:2 [July 2005].265-80.

BYERS, Thomas B. Commodity Futures: Corporate State and Personal Style in Three Recent SF Movies. #43, 14:3 [November 1987].326-39.

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CADORA, Karen, Feminist Cyberpunk. #67, 22:3 [November 1995].357-72.

CAMPBELL, James. Kill the Bugger: Ender’s Game and the Question of Heteronormativity. #109, 36:3 {November 2009]. 490-507.

CANARY, Robert H. Utopian and Fantastic Dualities in Robert Graves' Watch the North Wind Rise. #4, 1:4  [November 1974].248-55. (Full Text)

CAPEK, Karel. The Author of the Robots Defends Himself. #68, 23:1 [March 1996].143-44.

CARTER, Cassie. The Metacolonization of Dick's The Man in the High Castle: Mimicry, Parasitism, and Americanism in the PSA. #67, 22:3 [November 1995].333-42.

CASILLO, Robert. Olaf Stapledon and John Ruskin. #28, 9:3 [November 1982].306-21.

CHATELAINE, Daniele. See SLUSSER.

CHARLES, Alec. War without End?: Utopia, the Family, and the Post-9/11 World in Russell T. Davies’s Doctor Who. #106, 35:3 [November 2008]. 430-449.

CHERNYSHOVA, Tatiana. Science Fiction and Myth Creation in our Age. #94, 31:3 [November 2004]. 345-57.

CHEVRIER, Yves. Blade Runner; or, The Sociology of Anticipation. #32, 11:1 [March 1984].50-60.

CHEYNE, Ria. Created Languages in Science Fiction. #106, 35:3 [November 2008]. 386-403.

CHRISTIANSON, Gale H. Kepler's Somnium: Science Fiction and the Renaissance Scientist. #8, 3:1 [March 1976].79-90. (Full Text

CHRISTENSEN, John M. New Atlantis Revisited: Science and the Victorian Tale of the Future. #16, 5:3 [November 1978].243-49. (Full Text)

CLARK, John. "Small, Vulnerable ETs": The Green Children of Woolpit. #99, 33:2 [July 2006]. 251-274.

CLARKE, I.F. Before and After The Battle of Dorking. #71, 24:1 [March 1997].33-46.(Full Text)

------. Future-War Fiction: The First Main Phase. 1871-1900. #73, 24:3 [November 1997].387-412.

COATES, Paul. Chris Marker and the Cinema as Time Machine. #43, 14:3  [November 1987].307-15.

COGELL, Elizabeth Cummins. The Middle-Landscape Myth in SF. #15, 5:2 [July 1978].134-42.(Full Text)

COLAS-CHARPENTIER, Hélene. Four Québécois Utopias. 1963-1972. #61, 20:3 [November 1993].383. (Full Text)

COLOMBO, John Robert. Science Fiction in Bulgaria. #24, 8:2 [July 1981].187-90.

COLLINS, Samuel Gerald. Sail On! Sail On!: Anthropology, Science Fiction, and the Enticing Future  #90, 30:2 [July 2003].180-98.

-------. Scientifically Valid and Artistically True: Chad Oliver, Anthropology, and Anthropological SF. 31:2 #93 [2003] 243-63.

CONNOR, James A. Strategies for Hyperreal Travelers. #59, 20:1 [March 1993].69-79.

CRANNY-FRANCIS, ANNE. Sexuality and Sex-Role Stereotyping in Star Trek. #37, 12:3 [November 1985].274-84.

------. Different Identities, Different Voices: Possibilities and Pleasures in Some of Jean Lorrah's Star Trek Novels. #72, 24:2 [July 1997].245-55.

CROMPHOUT, Francis. From Estrangement to Commitment: Italo Calvino's Cosmicomics and T Zero. #48, 16:2 [July 1989].161-83.

CROSSLEY, Robert. Censorship, Disguise, and Transfiguration: The Making and Revising of Stapledon's Sirius. #59, 20:1 [March 1993].1-14.

------. Politics and the Artist: The Aesthetic of Darkness and the Light. #28, 9:3 [November 1982].294-305.

------. Mars and the Paranormal. #106, 35:3 [November 2008]. 466-484.

CSICSERY-RONAY, Istvan, Jr. Antimancer: Cybernetics and Art in Gibson's Count Zero. #65, 22:1 [March 1995].63-86. (Full Text)

------. Editorial Introduction (to the British Boom Issue). #91, 30:3 [November 2003].353-54.(Full Text)

------. Editorial Introduction (to the Stanislaw Lem Issue). #40, 13:3 [November 1986].231-241. (Full Text)

------. Introduction: Postmodernism's SF/SF's Postmodernism #55, 18,3 [November 1991] (Full Text)

------. On the Grotesque in Science Fiction. #86, 29:1 [March 2002].71-99.

------. Science Fiction and Empire #90, 30:2  [July 2003].231-45.

------. We're Not in Kansas Anymore #71, 24:1 [March 1997].93-108 (Full Text)

------. The Seven Beauties of Science Fiction #70, 23:3 [November 1996].385-88. (Full Text)

------. The Book is the Alien: On Certain and Uncertain Readings of Lem's Solaris. #35, 12:1 [March 1985].6-21.

------. The SF of Theory: Baudrillard and Haraway. #55, 18:3 [November 1991].387-404.(Full Text)

------. Towards the Last Fairy Tale: On the Fairy-Tale Paradigm in the Strugatskys' SF, 1963-72. #38, 13:1 [March 1993].1-41.

------. Science Fiction and the Thaw. #94, 31:3 [November 2004].337-44.

------. SF/Porn: The Case for The Gas. #109, 36:3 [November 2009]. 441-60.

CUMMINS, Elizabeth. The Land-Lady's Homebirth: Revisiting Ursula K. Le Guin's Worlds. #51, 17:2 [July 2002].153-66.

           

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DALGLEISH, David. In Search of Wonder Naive Criticism: Some Objections to Baudrillard and Bukatman. #74, 24:1 [March 1997].79-92. (Full Text)

DALZIEL, Murray. See BAINBRIDGE, William Sims.

DAVIDSON, Cynthia. Riviera's Golem, Haraway's Cyborg: Reading Neuromancer as Baudrillard's Simulation of Crisis. #69, 23:2 [July 1996].188-98.

DAVIS, Mike. War Moore's Freedom Ride. #115, 38:3 [November 2011]. 385-391.

DAVIS, Robert Murray. The Frontiers of Genre: Science Fiction Westerns. #35, 12:1 [March 1985].33-41.

DEAN, John. The Uses of Wilderness in American Science Fiction. #26, 9:1 [March 1982].68-81.

DE FREN, Allison. Technofetishism and the Uncanny Desires of A.S.F.R. (alt.sex.fetish.robots). #109, 36: 3 [November 2009].404-40.

DEL RIO, Elena. The Remaking of La Jetée’s Time-Travel Narrative: Twelve Monkeys and the Rhetoric of Absolute Visibility. #85, 28:3 [November 1993].383-98.

DELANY, Samuel R. Reflections on Historical Models of Modern English Language SF. #21, 7:2 [July 1980].135-49.

------. Some Reflections on SF Criticism. #25, 8:3 [November 1981].233-39.

DEPAOLO, Charles. Wells, Golding, and Auel: Representing the Neanderthal. #82, 27:3 [November 2000].418-38. (Full Text)

DE ZWAAN, Victoria. Rethinking the Slipstream: Kathy Acker Reads Neuromancer. #73, 24:3 [November 1997].459-70.

DICK, Philip K. Foreword to The Preserving Machine. #5, 2:1 [March 1975]. (Full Text)

DILLON, Sarah. "It's a Question of Words, Therefore:" Becoming-Animal in Michel Faber's Under the Skin. #113, 38:1 [March 2011]. 134-154.

DI TOMMASO, Lorenzo. Gnosticism and Dualism in the Early Fiction of Philip K. Dick .#83, 28:1 [March 2001].

------. History and Historical Effect in Frank Herbert's Dune. #58, 19:3 [November 1992].311.(Full Text)

------. Redemption in Philip K. Dick's The Man in the High Castle. #77, 26:1 [March 1999].91-119. (Full Text)

DOMINGO, Pablo Santoro. Science Fiction in Spain: A Sociological Perspective. #99, 33:2 [July 2006]. 313-331.

DONAWERTH, Jane. Lilith Lorraine: Feminist Socialist Writer in the Pulps. #51, 17:2 [July 1990].252-258.

DOUGHERTY, Stephen. Embodiment and Technicity in Geoff Ryman's Air. #112, 39:1 [March 2012]. 40-59.

DOWLING, David H. The Atomic Scientist: Machine or Moralist? #39, 13:2 [July 1986].139-47.

DURHAM, Scott. P.K. Dick: From the Death of the Subject to a Theology of Late Capitalism. #45, 15:2 [July 1988].173-86.

DZIUBINSKYJ, Aaron. The Birth of Science Fiction in Spanish America #89, 30:1 [March 2003].21-32.

-------. Eduardo Urzaiz’s Eugenia: Eugenics, Gender, and Dystopian Society in Twenty Third-Century Mexico.#103 34:3 [November 2007]. 463-72.

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EASTERBROOK, Neil. Alternate Presents: The Ambivalent Historicism of Pattern Recognition. #100, 33:3 [November 2006]. 483-504.        

------. The Arc of Our Destruction: Reversal and Erasure in Cyberpunk. #58, 19:3 [November 1992].378. (Full Text)             

 ------. Singularities. #116, 39:1 [March 2012]. 15-27.      

EISENSTEIN, Alex. ------. The Time Machine and the End of Man. #9, 3:2 [July 1976].161-65.

EIZYKMAN, Boris. Chance and Science Fiction: SF as Stochastic Fiction. #29, 10:1 [March 1983].24-34.

.-----. On Science Fiction. #6, 2:2 [July 1975].164-66. (Full Text)

------. Temporality in Science-Fiction Narrative. #35, 12:1 [March 1985].66-87.

 

ELKINS, Charles. An Approach to the Social Functions of American SF. #13, 4:3 [November 1977].228-32.

------. Asimov's FOUNDATION Novels: Historical Materialism Distorted into Cyclical Psycho-History. #8, 3:1 [March 1976].26-36. (Full Text)

------. Science Fiction versus Futurology: Dramatic versus Rational Models #17, 6:1 [March 1979].20-31.
 

ELMS, Alan C.  The Creation of Cordwainer Smith. #34, 11:3 [November 1984].264-83.

ENNS, Anthony. Media, Drugs, and Schizophrenia in the Works of Philip K. Dick. #98, 33:1 [March 2006]

-----. Mediality and Mourning in Stanislaw Lem’s Solaris and His Master’s Voice #86, 29:1 [March 2002].34-52.

ENTEEN, Jillana. “On the Receiving End of the Colonization”: Nalo Hopkinson’s ’Nansi Web #102, 34:2 [July 2007]

EVANS, Arthur B.  The Fantastic Science Fiction of Maurice Renard. #64, 21:3 [November 1994].380-96.(Full Text)

------. Gustave Le Rouge, Pioneer of Early French Science Fiction #86, 29:1 [March 2001].1-14.

------. The Illustrators of Jules Verne's Voyages Extraordinaries. #75, 25:2 [July 1998].240-70.

------. Jules Verne's English Translations. #95, 32:1 [March 2005].80-104. (Full text)

------. Literary Intertexts in Jules Verne's Voyages Extraordinaires. #69, 23:2 [July 1996].171-87.

------. The "New" Jules Verne. #65, 22:1 [March 1995].35-46.(Full Text)

------. Optograms and Fiction: Photo in a Dead Man's Eye. #61, 20:3 [November 1993].341-61. (Full Text)

------. The Origins of Science Fiction Criticism: From Kepler to Wells. #78, 26:2 [July 1999].163-86.(Full Text)

------. Science Fiction vs. Scientific Fiction in France: From Jules Verne to J.-H. Rosny Aîné. #44, 15:1 [March 1988].1-11.

------. Science Fiction in France: A Brief History #49, 16:3 [November 1989].254-276.

------.The Verne School in France: Paul d’Ivoi’s Voyages Excentriques. #108, 36:2 [July 2009]. 217-234.(Full text.)

------. Editorial Introduction. (to the Jules Verne Centenary Issue). #95, 32:1 [March 2005].1-4.

------. See BOZZETTO.

 

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