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Aldiss

Brian W(ilson). born 1925, British novelist, best known for his science fiction. His works include Non-Stop (1958), Enemies of the System (1978), The Helliconia Trilogy (1983--86), Forgotten Life (1988), and The Detached Retina (1995)
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Ballard, Brian Aldiss, John Sladek, and Charles Platt).
Aldiss, Billion Year Spree: The History of Science Fiction (London: Corgi Books, 1975); Baldick, In Frankenstein's Shadow.
Aldiss (1925-) dealt with the myth from the viewpoint of a time traveller, Joe Bodenland, set out from our times to be present at the "creation" of the Monster's bride (Frankenstein Unbound, 1973), while Theodore Roszak (1933-2011) did the same but from the viewpoint of Victor's wife, an active participant to the scientific project by some occult rituals absolutely necessary for bringing the dead to life (The Memoirs of Elizabeth Frankenstein, 1995).
In Frankenstein, for Brian Aldiss the prototypical science-fictional work, Mary Shelley is offsetting Frankenstein's narrative through the mediation of Walton, a traveller in Russia.
Brian Aldiss, whose short story Super-Toys Last All Summer Long formed the basis for the Hollywood movie A.
Dick y Brian Aldiss, entre otros, y en ella aparecio otra novela de Levrero: El lugar.
Smith than to, say, Brian Aldiss, Alfred Bester, Anne McCaffrey, or Zenna Henderson, all of whom were instrumental in shaping modern sf.
Inspirada en Los superjuguetes duran todo el verano (Brian Aldiss, 1969), la pelicula de Steven Spielberg aborda cuestiones sensibles a las relaciones humanas, la ciencia y la tecnologia.
Teaching from his prison cell, Aldiss introduces the class to a literary game called "the procedure,' which if played correctly, will help them discover the true identity of reclusive author Paul Fallows.
Kim Stanley Robinson's well-known series Red Mars (1992), Green Mars (1994), and Blue Mars (1996), Ben Bova's trilogy Mars (1992), Return to Mars (1999) and Mars Life (2008), and William Thomas Cronin's trilogy As It Is on Mars (2001), Give Us This Mars (2003), and Glory Be to Mars (2006) are complemented by single-volume novels and short stories such as Greg Bear's Moving Marc (1993), Paul McAulev's Red Dust (1993), Brian Aldiss and Roger Penrose's Herbert Mars (1999), Alastair Reynolds's "Great Wall of Mars" (2000), and Herbert Franke's Flucht zum Mars (Escape to Mars, 2007).
by Brian Aldiss (OUT OF PRINT) A surprisingly warm autobiography that writers will love from one of the UK's top science fiction authors