New Boundaries in Political Science Fiction

Publisher : Univ of South Carolina Press

ISBN-13 : 9781570037368

Page : 362 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 368 voters

Surveying the vast expanse of politically-charged science fiction, this book posits that the defining dilemma for these tales rests in whether identity and meaning germinate from progressive linear changes or progress, or from a continuous return to primitive realities of war, death and the competition for survival.

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