(urth) Palgrave History of Science Fiction

Paul Rydeen rydeen at bellsouth.net
Wed Mar 7 17:11:59 PST 2018

Yes, let’s hear it!  AEG is one of my favorites, too.




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Eric, I wouldn't mind hearing it if you wouldn't mind being quoted by name, unless you didn't want it repeated. In which case I still wouldn't mind hearing it. Robert Pirkola wrote a very large draft of exegesis on it - I still haven't made up my mind on what to write about that one. I know that There Are Doors and The Ziggurat eventually revealed a pattern that pierced the unreliable third person which I feel is the least justified of Wolfe's techniques because it lacks a clear narrative reason save for hovering near its main characters flawed perceptions. 


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