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ISBN:
0879721227
Author:
Harold L. Berger
Category:
Science Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Popular Press (June 1976)
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Berger, Harold L. The New Tyrannies Berger includes an extensive quotation from Walsh’s book, which reads a. . The New Tyrannies. Bowling Green: Bowling Green University Popular Press, 1976. 86 – 146. Annotation: In this chapter of Science Fiction and the New Dark Age, Berger looks at the totalitarian state of the future, mind invasion, commerce and exploitation, and the revolt of youth as new tyrannies within science fiction literature. Berger includes an extensive quotation from Walsh’s book, which reads as follows: I submit. that many of the dystopian writers are the prophets of our times.

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SFE : Science Fiction Encyclopedia : (1923-2013) US academic and critic, a professor of English at the University of Connecticut at Hartford until his retirement in 1986

SFE : Science Fiction Encyclopedia : (1923-2013) US academic and critic, a professor of English at the University of Connecticut at Hartford until his retirement in 1986. His Science Fiction and the New Dark Age (1976) is a study of Dyst. born Hartford, Connecticut: 28 November 1923. died Hartford, Connecticut: 8 October 2013. Science Fiction and the New Dark Age (Bowling Green, Ohio: Bowling Green University Popular Press, 1976). Internet Speculative Fiction Database.

Science-fiction and fantasy magazines began to be published in the United States in the 1920s. Stories with science-fiction themes had been appearing for decades in pulp magazines such as Argosy, but there were no magazines that specialized in a single genre until 1915, when Street & Smith, one of the major pulp publishers, brought out Detective Story Magazine.

Dark Age America draws upon Greer's vast knowledge of the patterns and rhythms of history to yield insights grounded in our best . It is one we would all sooner avoid, convincing ourselves that this is science fiction, a doomsday prophet on the fringes of the consumer culture we call reality.

Dark Age America draws upon Greer's vast knowledge of the patterns and rhythms of history to yield insights grounded in our best evidential understandings of ecology, economics, systems science, and human nature. The result is a work of remarkable clarity and searing wisdom vital for these confusing times. But the author is thorough, expansive in his analysis and he provides enough examples that the vision he sees can be observed right around us, here and now.

x, 318. - Harold L. Berger, Science Fiction and the New Dark Age (Bowling Green, Ohio: Bowling Green Univ. Pp. xi, 231. - Thomas D. Clareson (e., Voices for the Future: Essays on Major Science Fiction Writers (Bowling Green, Ohio: Bowling Green Univ.