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Utopian and Science Fiction by Women:  Worlds of Difference
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Utopian and Science Fiction by Women: Worlds of Difference

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Author: Jane L. Donawerth
Carol A. Kolmerten
Publisher: Liverpool University Press, 1994
Series: Liverpool SF Studies: Book 3
Book Type: Non-Fiction
Genre: Science-Fiction
Sub-Genre Tags: Utopia
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This collection of eleven original essays speaks to common themes and strategies in women's writing about their different worlds, from Margaret Cavendish's seventeenth-century "Blazing World of the North Pole" to the men less' islands of the French writer Scudery to the eighteenth and nineteenth-century utopias of Shelley and Gaskell, and science fiction pulps, finishing with the more contemporary feminist fictions of Le Guin, Wittig, Piercy and Mitchison.

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