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ENG 503 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Harlan Ellison, H. G. Wells, Robert A. Heinlein

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Historical development of science fiction, 1890s 2001: cyberpunk, new wave, literature of exploration, self discovery. Social commentary on the world a
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ENG 503 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Peter Chalmers Mitchell, Terra Incognita, Plastic Surgery

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His colleague on the saturday review, sir peter chalmers mitchell (a zoologist and member of the royal. Eng 503 week 2: owes debt to shelley"s frankens
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ENG 503 Study Guide - Final Guide: Tourist Trap, Arkady And Boris Strugatsky, Roadside Picnic

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Takes 5 forms: lavish praise for the strugatsky brothers: as the most important writers of sci fi in the mid late 20th century anywhere, especially in
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ENG 503 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: The Dispossessed, Moral Authority, Utopia

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Pg 75: the study of nature vs pg 74: don"t kill it re: the beast man. 95: prendick judging dr moreau on the pain: creature"s lives and, had any intelli
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ENG 503 Study Guide - Final Guide: Boosterism, Roadside Picnic, Homo Sapiens

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But what happens to sci fi after approx. 1975: it fragments into different kinds of content as seen in the dispossessed, ecological sci fi slowly emerg
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ENG 503 Study Guide - Final Guide: Homo Sapiens

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ENG 503 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Cahiers Du Cinéma, Michael Moorcock, William S. Burroughs

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Whether language and speech is indicative of humanity. Problems of moral authority; it"s a book that undercuts its spokespersons; it"s ambiguous and ha
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ENG 503 Study Guide - Final Guide: Egotism, Thrall, Utopia

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ENG 503 Study Guide - Final Guide: Darko Suvin

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ENG 503 Study Guide - Final Guide: Spanish Moss, Roadside Picnic, The Dispossessed

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It"s a mistake to think sci fi always ends on a bleak, downbeat minor chord. The time period in which it is written, the generic influences (cyberpunk,
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ENG 503 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: H. G. Wells, The Dispossessed, Cultural Conflict

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ENG 503 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Homo Sapiens, Degenerate Art, Animal Testing

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ENG 503 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Roadside Picnic, Wild Night, Planets Of The Hainish Cycle

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ENG 503 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Michael Moorcock, William S. Burroughs, Hard Science Fiction

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ENG 503 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Moral Relativism

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ENG 503 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Utopia

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For kovacs" memories (in this respect) aren"t especially interesting to me. To make the novel more interesting to read. And to make a case for the impo
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ENG 503 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Homo Sapiens

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