1. Introduction
  2. Harry F. Dahms
  3. pp. v-vi
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  1. Science-Fiction Films and "Love": Toward a Critique of Regressive Social Relations
  2. Harry F. Dahms
  3. pp. 121-157
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  1. Efficacy and Efficiency in the World of Terry Gilliam's Brazil
  2. Lawrence Hazelrigg
  3. pp. 158-183
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  1. Resistance and Revolution in Society Exemplified in Film Noir and Science Fiction in the Baby Boomer and Millennial–GenZ Age
  2. George Lundskow
  3. pp. 184-215
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  1. Postmodern Neo-Romanticism and The End of History in Margaret Atwood's MaddAddam Trilogy
  2. Charles Thorpe
  3. pp. 216-242
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  1. From Herland to #MeToo: Utopia or Dystopia?
  2. Sarah Louise Macmillen
  3. pp. 243-263
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  1. Financialization, Climate Change, and the Future of the Capitalist World-Ecology: On Kim Stanley Robinson's New York 2140
  2. Roberto J. Ortiz
  3. pp. 264-285
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