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Gothic motifs in the fiction of William Gibson

Author: Tatiani G Rapatzikou
Publisher: Amsterdam : Rodopi, 2004.
Series: Postmodern studies, 36.
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Rapatzikou, Tatiani G.
Gothic motifs in the fiction of William Gibson.
Amsterdam : Rodopi, 2004
(OCoLC)645922182
Named Person: William Gibson; William (Schriftsteller 1948-) Gibson
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tatiani G Rapatzikou
ISBN: 9042017619 9789042017610
OCLC Number: 55807961
Description: xxiv, 253 p., [14] p. of plates : 15 fig. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Enter Cyberpunk: An Itinerary of Visual Manifestations --
Shaping the Cyberpunk Ideology --
The Machine as Metaphor --
The Machine in Art and the Cinema --
Graphic Novel Influences: A range of motifs --
Heavy Metal and American Flagg! --
The Cityscape --
Microworlds and Paraspaces --
Robots and Zombies --
The Emergence of Cyberpunk Science Fiction: Elaboration on the Idea of Genre --
Fantasy and Cyberpunk Science Fiction --
The Reading and Writing of Cyberpunk Fantasy in Burning Chrome: And Other Stories --
'The Belonging Kind' --
'Red Star, Winter Orbit' --
'Dogfight' --
The Idea of the Spectacular: Neuromancer, Mona Lisa Overdrive and Count Zero --
William Gibson's Narrative Techniques and the Art of Decadence --
William Gibson's Cyberpunk Fiction and Graphic Art --
The Sprawl --
Cyberspace --
Zombies in the Age of Terminal Culture: Neuromancer, Mona Lisa Overdrive, Count Zero and the Graphic Novels --
Cybernetic Bodies--Cybernetic Zombies --
Gothic Body Visualisations in William Gibson's fiction and the Graphic Novel --
Alternate Histories and Technological Aestheticisation: William Gibson and Bruce Sterling's The Difference Engine --
The Difference Engine and the Reconstruction of History --
Victorian Culture and the Art of the Grotesque --
Chaotic Order in The Difference Engine --
William Gibson's "Architecture": Virtual Light, idoru and All Tomorrow's Parties --
Layering and the Architectural Unhomely --
The Bridge --
Hak Nam, The City of Darkness --
Cardboard City --
Cyborg Architecture.
Series Title: Postmodern studies, 36.
Responsibility: Tatiani G. Rapatzikou.

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