The detached retina: aspects of SF and fantasy

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Syracuse University Press, Jul 1, 1995 - Literary Criticism - 224 pages
We devotees of SF enjoy its diversity of opinion, the bustle of bright and dark, the clash of progress and entropy, the clamour of theories about the past, the future, the ever-present present, everything. In this fascinating collection of essays, one of the world's pre-eminent SF writers explores a wide range of SF and fantasy writers and writing.

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Contents

THANKS FOR DROWNING THE OCELOT
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A ROBOT TENDED YOUR REMAINS
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THE IMMANENT WILL RETURNS2
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Brian Aldiss lives in Oxford, England.

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