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Women & SF: Shelley to Hand & Griffith . . .

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Women & SF: Shelley to Hand & Griffith . . .

Postby Ed Sysop » Sat Oct 14, 2000 8:22 pm

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I don't know, it just seemed like a nifty topic . . .
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Re: Women & SF: Shelley to Hand & Griffith . . . a male perspective

Oh yeah . . . Angela Carter was kind of a contemporary of Phil Dicks'--she also
wrote a lot a Borgesian, reality screwing SF, died at about the same time. And
although Speilberg is gonna do a Dick novella, ("Probability," I think) Carter's
practically unnoticed. A damn shame, I'd love to see a cinematic version of "The
Toe Shop."
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