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Toys in the Age of Wonder: Science Fiction, Society and the Symbolism of Play by Mark Rich (2020)

Toys in the Age of Wonder: Science Fiction, Society and the Symbolism of Play by Mark Rich (2020)

As it happened so often before, fiction by authors of early wonder and adventure tales, such as H. G. Wells, Jules Verne, Edgar Allan Poe, William Rice Burroughs, and others, provided man (and particularly children and youngsters) with hopes and fantasies about machines that featured technology not yet been invented to dream a while. As […]

Connecting Detectives: The Influence of 19th Century Sleuth Fiction… by Lewis D. Moore (2015)

Connecting Detectives: The Influence of 19th Century Sleuth Fiction… by Lewis D. Moore (2015)

Not only in detective fiction the issue of motive and “just how” things were finally done is of interest. The same questions (and more like them) are relevant in the simple analysis of literary traditions the authors of that fiction could benefit from. Lewis Moore tries to find complementaries, similar behavior and continuing traditions in […]