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Anatomy of wonder : a critical guide to science fiction / edited by Neil Barron ; contributors, Thomas D. Clareson [and others].

2nd ed.. New York : Bowker, 1981.
ISBN 0835213390, 0835214044

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
George Washington
Gelman stacks
PN 3433.8 .A52 1981 (show me on map) Available Request
WRLC Shared Collections Facility
PN3448.S45 Z9932 1981 Off-site
Van Ness Reference
Z5917.S36 A52 1981 Request
Founders Library stacks
PN3433.8 A52 Available Request
Other Authors Barron, Neil, 1934-
Subjects Fictie.
Science fiction -- Bibliography.
Science fiction -- History and criticism.
Science fiction.
Science-fiction -- Bibliographie.
Science-fiction -- Histoire et critique.
Description xiv, 724 pages ; 24 cm
Copyright Date 1981.
Notes Includes indexes.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 624-645).
Contents Introduction / by Neil Barron -- The emergence of science fiction / by Thomas D. Clareson -- Science fiction between the wars, 1918-1938 / by Brian Stableford -- The modern period, 1938-1980 / by Joe De Bolt and John R. Pfeiffer -- Children's science fiction / by Francis J. Molson -- Foreign language science fiction. German / by Franz Rottensteiner -- French / by Maxim Jakubowski -- Russian / by Patrick L. McGuire -- Italian / by Gianni Montanari -- Japanese / by David Lewis -- Chinese / by Ye Yiong-lie -- Selection, acquisition, and cataloging of science fiction / by Neil Barron -- Indexes and bibliographies / by Neil Barron -- History and criticism / by Neil Barron -- Autobiography, biography, and author studies / by Neil Barron -- Science fiction on film and television / by Neil Barron -- Science fiction illustration / by Neil Barron -- Classroom aids / by Marshall B. Tymn -- Science fiction magazines / by H.W. Hall.
Library and private collections of science fiction and fantasy / by H.W. Hall -- Core collection checklist / by Neil Barron.
Genre Bibliography.
Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)7329484
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