By Andrew Tate
Exploring the cultural and political contexts of those writings and their echoes in well known media, Apocalyptic Fiction also examines how modern apocalyptic texts seems again to prior writings through the likes of Mary Shelley, H.G. Wells and J.G. Ballard. Apocalyptic Fiction includes an annotated consultant to secondary readings, making this a necessary advisor for college students of up to date fiction in any respect levels.
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