restricted access   Volume 32, Number 1, Spring 1986

Table of Contents

From: MFS Modern Fiction Studies

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Special Issue: Science and Fantasy Fiction

Guest Co-Editor: David m. Miller

Articles

"Mythic," "Realist," and SF: A Zero-Sum Game

pp. 3-9
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Fantasy Fiction and Related Genres

pp. 11-20
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Olaf Stapledon and the Idea of Science Fiction

pp. 21-42
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Out of the Gernsbackian Slime: Christopher Priest's Abandonment of Science Fiction

pp. 43-52
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Technology in the Dystopian Novel

pp. 53-63
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What is Human? Ursula LeGuin and Science Fiction's Great Theme

pp. 65-74
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Platonic Shadows in C. S. Lewis' Narnia Chronicles

pp. 75-87
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Beyond Aesthetics of Censorship: Tadeusz Konwicki's Ordinary Politicking

pp. 89-96
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Male and Female in The Snail on the Slope by the Strugatsky Brothers

pp. 97-108
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Hank Morgan in the Garden of Forking Paths: A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court as Alternative History

pp. 109-114
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A Janus-Text: Realism, Fantasy, and Nabokov's Lolita

pp. 115-126
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What is One to Make of Robert A. Heinlein?

pp. 127-131
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Strange Invaders: An Essay-Review

pp. 133-151
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Announcement

Announcement

p. 152
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Contributors

Contributors

p. 2
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