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The Future Viewed from Mid-Century Britain: Clarke, Hampson and the Festival of Britain, Foundation 41 (1987 42-51.Wolfe is an award-winning science fiction critic and longtime reviewer for the science fiction and fantasy magazine.In general, works that tell a more or less continuous story are listed collectively (e.g., "The Song of Ice and Fire.11-12 Marion Zimmer Bradley (pp.7, both are published by, small Beer Press.Wells and the Future, Futures,.Biblical literature: the New Testament Richard Marsden;.Michael Lapidge is Elrington and Bosworth Professor Emeritus of Anglo-Saxon, University of Cambridge and Notre Dame Professor of English Emeritus, University of Notre Dame.
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