Encyclopedia of Science FictionBook - 2005
The new ""Literary Movements"" series examines the most influential literary movements in history. Pulling together the people, events, and works that defined each individual movement, these A-to-Z references create a clear, vivid picture of the way literature was formed within these genres or time periods. Offering hundreds of entries, each compelling encyclopedia details writers and influences, works and characters, places, historical events, figures, terms, and much more, providing a comprehensive resource for high school and college literature students. Spanning the significant works and writers of the Harlem Literary Renaissance and the Chicago Literary Renaissance as well as the broad spectrum comprising Gothic literature, science fiction, and pulp fiction writers, the ""Literary Movements"" series thoroughly traces each movement and its development.
Publisher: N.Y. : Facts On File, 2005
Branch Call Number: PS374.S35 D33 2005
Characteristics: v, 538 p. ; 24 cm