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Foundation 42 - Spring 1988


● George Slusser - Who's Afraid of Science Fiction?
● Gregory Benford - Pascal's Terror
● Cornel Robu - A Key to Science Fiction: the Sublime
● Peter Lowentrout - The "Metamorphoses" of Darko Suvin: Final Synthesis or Dogged Antithesis?
● Norman Beswick - "God is Showing Through": Footnotes on Religion and SF
● Nicholas Ruddick - Deep Waters: The Significance of the Deluge in Science Fiction 
● Angus Taylor - Asimov, Popper and the Fate of the Galaxy

Cover Feature
● Edward James - "The Cadwal Chronicles" and the Criticism of Vance

● Brian Stableford - A Mite Disturbed
● Gregory Feeley - Wingrove's Spree

● Scott Bradfield - Bare-Faced Messiah by Russell Miller and Conspiracy Theories ed. Chris Evans
● Dave Langford - L. Ron Hubbard: Messiah or Madman? by Bent Croydon & L. Ron Hubbard, Jr
● Hannu Hiilos - J. R. R. Tolkein: Six Decades of Criticism by Judith A. Johnson
● Brian Stableford - The Monster in the Mirror by M. K. P. Thornburg and Specter or Delusion? by M. L. Carter
● John Sladek - The Forge of God by Greg Bear
● Rachel Pollack - Charles Williams by Kathleen Spencer
● Gwyneth Jones - The Enchantments of Flesh and Spirit by Storm Constantine
● Mike Christie - Buffalo Girls by Ursula K. Le Guin
● Colin Greenland - Freedom Beach by James P. Kelly & John Kessel
● Stef Lewicki - Interzone: The Second Anthology and Gollancz/Sunday Times SF Competition Stories


Issue: Vol. n/a  No. 42
Editor: Edward James
Cover Art: n/a (cover of Jack Vance's Araminta Station)

Condition: Like New.

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