3 edition of Gothic motifs in the fiction of William Gibson found in the catalog.
Gothic motifs in the fiction of William Gibson
Tatiani G. Rapatzikou
Includes bibliographical references (p. -243) and index.
|Statement||Tatiani G. Rapatzikou.|
|Series||Postmodern studies -- 36|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 253 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||253|
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Gibson scholar Tatiani G. Rapatzikou has commented, in Gothic Motifs in the Fiction of William Gibson, on the origin of the notion of cyberspace: Gibson's vision, generated by the monopolising appearance of the terminal image and presented in his creation of the cyberspace matrix, came to him when he saw teenagers playing in video : David J Strumfels. Cyberpunk and Cyberculture: Science Fiction and the Work of William Gibson () and Tatiani G. Rapatzikou’s Gothic Motifs in the Fiction of William Gibson (). The book also contains a number of typos, duplicated words, mysteriously recurring colons, and outright misspellings. Nevertheless, I found Also Make the Heavens an interesting.
Tatiani G. Rapatzikou is Lecturer in the Department of American Literature and Culture at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. She is the author of Gothic Motifs in the Fiction of William Gibson and editor of Η Αμερικανική Ποίηση στην More about Tatiani Rapatzikou. Nonetheless, the virtues represented in the individual chapters outweigh the shortcomings of the whole, and I salute Shirley Jackson: Essays on the Literary Legacy and hope that it leads to many other similarly informative and .
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5 Essential William Gibson Reads are so grounded in existing concepts these books read more like thrillers than science fiction. This is. Gothic is a literary genre, and a characteristically modern one. The word ‘genre’ comes from the Latin ‘genus’ which means ‘kind’. So to ask what genre a text belongs to is to ask what kind of text it is.
A genre isn’t like a box in which a group of texts all neatly fit and can be safely classified; there is no essence or a single element that belongs to all Gothics.
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Science fiction writer William Gibson is to use the dream of a Hillary Clinton win in last year’s US presidential election as the launch point Author: Danuta Kean. As the millennium draws to a close, a Gothic spirit once again penetrates much of today's art and culture.
Over the past decade, American and European artists have grown increasingly fascinated with the dark and uncanny side of the human psyche—the theatrical and grotesque, the violent and its starting point and title from the Gothic novel, this book investigates.
This multifaceted picture of the British novel in its formative decades provides an indispensable guide for students of the eighteenth-century novel, and its place within the culture of its time. Drawing on new research in social and political history, the twelve contributors to this Companion challenge and refine the traditional view of the novel's origins and purposes.
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Epilogue: cyberpunk and memory. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary Cyberpunk is the fiction of a culture saturated by electronic technology.
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