Science Fiction: Ten Explorations

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Index
Aldiss, Brian, 3, 5, 9, 57-8, 229n.4; character of science fiction, 57; An Age,10, 77, 229n.5; Bow Down to Nul, 77; The Dark Light Years,77-8; Earthworks,77; Enemies of the System, 78, 221; Frankenstein Unbound,78; Greybeard, 58, 77; 'Helliconia' novels, 57; Hothouse,3, 10, 13, 57-78, 80-3, 89, 90, 143, 181, 185, 198, 203, 217-24 passim: sources, 57-8; mental development in, 61-2; maturation theme in, 62-76; patterns of imagery in, 63-76; compared with other works, 77-8; The Malacia Tapestry, 9; Moreau's Other Island,78; Non-Stop,57, 77; A Rude Awakening,229n.4; 'The Saliva Tree', 58
Amazing Stories,7-8
Anthony, Piers, 'Cluster' series, 15
Asimov, Isaac, 3, 8, 9, 35, 227n.15; The Currents of Space,34; The End of Eternity, 33; the Foundation trilogy, 3, 4, 7, 10, 11, 13, 15-34, 79, 83, 86, 88, 92, 104, 200, 201, 203, 217-24 passim, 226nn.5,10: control of history in, 15-19; duality in, 15-16, 19-21, 24-6; choice and determinism in, 21-4; ethic of dynamism in, 26-8; as scientific experiment, 28-9; limitations of, 31; Foundation's Edge,31-4, 227n.15: as continuation of Foundation trilogy, 31-2; as expansion of earlier vision, 32-4; Pebble in the Sky, 34; 'robot' novels, 34; The Stars, Like Dust,34 Astounding,8
Attanasio, A. A., Radix,3, 4, 10, 30, 181-97, 198, 217-24 passim,219, 220, 221, 223: distinctive features,
181-2; as science fiction rather than fantasy, 182-3; plasticity of self in, 186-92; development of self in, 187-94; evolution and stasis in, 192-4; dual character of, 194-7
Ballard, J. G., 5, 9
Bangs, John Kendrick, A Houseboat on the Styx, 233-4n.6
Blake, W., Songs of Innocence and of Experience,116
Blish, James, A Case of Conscience,2; Cities in Flight,12, 15
Borges, Jorge Luis, 198, 201
Burroughs, Edgar Rice, 15
Campbell, John W., 8, 29, 222, 226n.1, 227n.13
Čapek, Karel, War with the Newts, 12
Clarke, Arthur C., 3, 5, 235n.10, 236n.14; character of science fiction, 143-4; Childhood's End,2, 143-4, 146, 147, 154; The Deep Range,155; The Fountains of Paradise,222; A Fall of Moondust, 235n.3, 236n.14; Imperial Earth, 222, 235n.3, 236n.14; 'Jupiter Five', 235n.14; The Lion of Comarre, 235n.8; 'Maelstrom II', 236n.14; Rendezvous with Rama, 3, 4, 10, 11, 143-60, 200, 203, 217-24 passim, 235nn.2,4; 236n.13: distinctive features of, 146-7; credibility of, 147-8; interplay of strange and familiar in, 147-54; critique of human perspective in, 154-60; uncertainty principle in, 157-60; The City and the Stars,235n.3; 2001: A Space Odyssey,143, 144, 146, 147, 154

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