Intersections: Fantasy and Science Fiction

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Index
L'Absolu littéraire ( Genette), 63
Act of Creation, The ( Koestler), 122
Adams, Douglas, 122; Life, the Universe, and Everything, 122
Adorno, Theodor, 201, 221, 223; Aesthetische Theorie, 201; Dialectic of Enlightenment (with Max Horkheimer), 223
Aesthetische Theorie ( Adorno), 201
Agon ( Bloom), 127
Air Wonder Stories, 29
Aldiss, Brian, 100-103, 158, 161- 63; An Age, 158; Cryptozoic!, 158, 161-62; Helliconia Spring, 102-3.
Alien ( Scott), 163, 168
Allegro non troppo, 162-63, 165, 168
Alternate Worlds ( Gunn), 32
Amazing Stories, 67
Amis, Kingsley, 59
An Age ( Aldiss), 158
An American Werewolf in London, 91
Analog, 100
Anatomy of Criticism ( Frye), 10
"The Ancient Mariner," 184
Andersen, Hans Christian, 13
Andrews, V. C., 66
Andromeda Strain, The ( Crichton), 32
Anna Karenina ( Tolstoy), 162
Anthony, Piers, 49-50, 70, 183; Bearing an Hourglass, 49
Aristotle, 36, 120, 134-35; Poetics, 36
Ashbery, John, 129
Asimov, Isaac, 22, 42, 59, 100, 107, 128, 154; The End of Eternity, 22; Foundation, 128, 154, 156; The Robots of Dawn, 42-43
Aspects of the Novel ( Forster), 9
Astounding Stories of Super Science, 29
Auden, W. H., 17
Autobiography of Malcolm X, The, 126
Avon Fantasy Reader, 29
Bacon, Francis, 8
Bakhtin, Mikhail, vii
Balzac, Honoré, 148; Louis Lambert, 148
Barfield, Owen, 185, 189; Poetic Diction, 185
Barth, John, 47
Barthes, Roland, 90, 211
Baudelaire, Charles, 148
Baum, L. Frank, 13-17; The Emerald City of Oz, 15; The Land of Oz, 15; Ozma of Oz, 15; The Wizard of Oz, 13, 15

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