Landscape and the Science Fiction Imaginary

Notes

There has been plenty of scholarship on science fiction over the decades, but it has left one crucial aspect of the genre all but unanalyzed: the visual; this publication makes a powerful argument for science fiction as a visual cultural discourse.

Artist / Author John Timberlake
Publisher University of Chicago Press
ISBN 978-1783208609
Reference P3592
Date 2018
Type Publication

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