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Abbott, Edwin, Flatland, 65–66 Adorno, Theodor W., 28 adventure fiction, 4, 35–40, 41, 64, 75, 92. See also lost-race fiction; quest romance ; romance revival After London (Jefferies), 81, 124, 126–31, 135, 143, 147 Aleriel (Lach-Szyrma), 65 Allan Quatermain (Haggard), 24, 38–39, 41–42, 45, 55 allegory, 72 Allen, Grant, 127; The British Barbarians, 78–79 All-Story, 159n4 Amazing Stories, 17, 61, 65, 113, 119 Ancient Society (Morgan), 5–6, 7 Angel Island (Gillmore), 52 Angel of the Revolution, The (Griffith), 140–41 Animal Farm (Orwell), 107 anthropology, 2, 70–72, 79–80, 98, 103, 134; and anachronism, 5–6, 7–9, 30, 52–53 (see also colonial gaze; science fiction, anachronism in); and race, 98, 100–101 Arabian Nights, The, 70 Argosy, 159n4 Astounding Stories, 16 At the Earth’s Core (Burroughs), 43–44, 54, 56 Aubrey, Frank, The Devil-Tree of El Dorado, 41–42, 44, 55, 57; The Queen of Atlantis, 57 Aztec Treasure House (Janvier), 45, 51, 53, 55 Ballard, J. G., The Drowned World, 147 Battle of Dorking, The (Chesney), 124, 125–26, 127, 129, 135, 147 Bellamy, Edward, 39; Looking Backward, 29, 77–78, 125 Bennett, Robert Ames, Thyra, 42–44, 56 Beresford, John Davys, The Hampdenshire Wonder, 78–80 Blake, William, 17 Bleiler, Everett, 27, 34–35, 157n7 Bould, Mark, 62, 96 Bourdieu, Pierre, 17–18, 24–25, 118 Braddon, Mary Elizabeth, 70 Bradshaw, William, The Goddess of Atvatabar , 39, 56, 68–69 Brave New World (Huxley), 74, 139–40 British Barbarians, The (Allen), 78–79 Brown, Harold V., 10 Brown, John MacMillan, 98, 124; Limanora, 69, 72–74, 112; Riallaro, 69, 72 Browning, Robert, “Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came,” 92 Bulwer-Lytton, Edward, The Coming Race, 16 Burroughs, Edgar Rice, 15, 41; At the Earth’s Core, 43–44, 54, 56; A Princess of Mars, 43; Tarzan of the Apes, 103 Butler, Octavia, Lilith’s Brood, 163n15 Butler, Samuel, Erewhon, 5, 21, 69 “By His Bootstraps” (Heinlein), 160n5 Caleb Williams (Godwin), 19 Campbell, John W., “Forgetfulness,” 16; “The Last Evolution,” 142, 147; “Who Goes There?” 147–51, 154 Čapek, Karl, R.U.R., 113; War with the Newts, 113 Carnegie, Andrew, 116 cartography, 22–23 Index Chesney, George, The Battle of Dorking, 124, 125–26, 127, 129, 135, 147 “Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came” (Browning), 92 “Circle of Zero, The” (Weinbaum), 160n5 Clareson, Thomas, 27, 29, 157n7 Clarke, I. F., 131 class, domestic versus global, 26–27, 87–89, 140–41; and reading audience, 27–28; in Wells, The Time Machine, 85–89 Collier, John, Tom’s A-Cold, 127, 143 Collins, Wilkie, 70 colonial gaze, 6–10, 30–31, 59–60, 71, 93, 103, 152. See also anthropology, and anachronism ; science fiction, anachronism in colonial ideology, 2–3, 20–21, 104–8, 123–24, 126, 129–31, 152–55; ambivalence in, 6, 15, 94–96, 115, 134, 152 (see also science fiction, polarization of); and capitalism, 26; and gender, 39–40, 47–50; in lostrace fiction, 40–60. See also ideology of progress; Social Darwinism colonialism: and capitalism, 25–28; defined, 25; and racism, 97–98; and science, 2, 4, 6, 22–23, 26, 52–60, 68, 104; and science fiction disasters, 124; versus imperialism, 25 Comical History of the States and Empires of the Moon and the Sun (Cyrano), 1, 2 “Coming of the Ice, The” (Wertenbaker), 113–14 Coming Race, The (Bulwer-Lytton), 16 Conan Doyle, Arthur, 15; The Lost World, 13, 21–22, 43, 50, 58–61 Confessions of a Crap Artist (Dick), 14 “Conquest of Two Worlds, The” (Hamilton ), 142–43 Conrad, Joseph, Heart of Darkness, 76–78, 87, 89, 92 Constable, Frank Challice, The Curse of Intellect, 101, 102–4, 111 “Country of the Blind, The” (Wells), 23–24, 66–68 Crystal Age, A (Hudson), 80–84, 127 Cummings, Ray, “The Giant World,” 160n6 Curse of Intellect, The (Constable), 101, 102–4, 111 cyborgs, 19–20, 69, 111–17, 119–22 Cyrano de Bergerac, Comical History of the States and Empires of the Moon and the Sun, 1, 2 Darwin, Charles, 13, 22, 56, 69, 86, 109–10; The Descent of Man, 103, 110; The Origin of Species, 30, 133 Defoe, Daniel, Robinson Crusoe, 35–36 Delany, Samuel R., 56, 63 De Mille, James, A Strange Manuscript Found in a Copper Cylinder, 5, 37–38, 52, 69–72 Derrida, Jacques, 4, 26 Descent of Man, The (Darwin), 103, 110 Devil-Tree of El Dorado, The...

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ISBN
9780819573803
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9780819568731
MARC Record
OCLC
847008017
Pages
200
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2014-01-01
Language
English
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