Subject: Re: (urth) Gray, Wolfe, Heinlein From: "Mark Hall"
Date: Sun, 20 Apr 2003 12:21:35 +0900 On 4/19/2003, "ArchD'Ikon Zibethicus" wrote: >>Like every SF/F writer from the 1950s on, Moorcock uses (consciously or >>not) rhetorical techniques and moves invented or improved by Heinlein to >>establish the nature of his discursive pseudo-realities. > >? > >_Every_ SF/F writer? > >Ballard? > >LeGuin? > >Burroughs? > >etc.? Edgar Rice Burroughs was dead and buried by 1951. William burroughs i really wouldn't consider as a science fiction writer... Best, MEH Mark Hall email@example.com --