SF: The Other Side of Realism

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Thomas D. Clareson
Popular Press, 1971 - 372 pages
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A collection of twenty-five essays from eight countries, illustrating the many approaches to science fiction.

 

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Contents

Realism and Fantasy
29
Science? Fiction?
53
Science Fiction as Romance
96
J G Ballard
116
About Five Thousand One Hundred and SeventyFive Words
130
The Two Gardens in C S Lewiss That Hideous Strength
147
On Science Fiction Criticism
166
The Novel as Film
181
The Publication of The Time Machine 18941895
204
Edgar Rice Burroughs
229
A Short Tragical History of the Science Fiction Film
248
Three Perspectives of a Film
263
A Poetic Precursor to Bellamys Looking Backward
282
Robots in Science Fiction
307
Science Fiction in Dimension
326
AwardWinning Science Fiction Novels
348

Forword to J G Ballards The Subliminal Man
199

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