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Red planets : Marxism and science fiction

Author: Mark Bould; China Miéville
Publisher: Middletown, Conn. : Wesleyan University Press, ©2009.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Bould; China Miéville
ISBN: 9780819569134 0819569135 9780819569127 0819569127
OCLC Number: 430843250
Notes: "This book is being copublished with Pluto Press in the UK, and appears there as part of their Marxism and culture series."--P. [ii].
Description: x, 293 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Introduction. Rough guide to a lonely planet, from Nemo to Neo / Mark Bould --
The anamorphic estrangements of science fiction / Matthew Beaumont --
Art as 'the basic technique of life': utopian art and art in utopia in The dispossessed and Blue Mars / William J. Burling --
Marxism, cinema and some dialectics of science fiction and film noir / Carl Freedman --
Spectacle, technology and colonialism in SF cinema : the case of Wim Wenders' Until the end of the world / John Rieder --
The Singularity is here / Steven Shaviro --
Species and species-being: alienated subjectivity and the commodification of animals / Sherryl Vint --
Ken MacLeod's permanent revolution: utopian possible worlds, history and the Augenblick in the Fall revolution quartet / Phillip Wegner --
'Madonna in moon rocket with breeches': Weimar SF film criticism during the stabilisation period / Iris Luppa --
The urban question in new wave SF / Rob Latham --
Towards a revolutionary science fiction: Althusser's critique of historicity / Darren Jorgensen --
Utopia and science fiction revisited / Andrew Milner --
Afterword: cognition as ideology: a dialectic of SF theory / China Miéville.
Responsibility: edited by Mark Bould and China Miéville.

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