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Millennial Projections

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A substantial collection of short stores (prose) which begins with 'Millennial Projections', a three-chapter 'novella' of futuristic science fiction, in which we explore otherworldly possibilities from within a post-human millennium, and concludes, logically enough, with another three-chapter 'novella' called 'Two-Way Switch', which is quite paradoxical in its bifocal treatment of a variety of interesting or pretentious characters. In between, there are some fourteen stories of different length and substance, not to mention stylistic treatment, some of which are first-person narratives and others, like 'Concerning a Tree', conversational pieces with intellectual or ideological overtones. The 'tree' in question, incidentally, happens to be a Christmas tree, the true or perhaps potential meaning of which is examined from a standpoint closer to the author's heart and duly expounded by the story's principal character - one of a number of thinly-disguised autobiographical features.
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Product Details

ISBN
9781446653982
Edition
Second Edition
Publisher
John O'Loughlin
Published
February 22, 2013
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
196.75 KB

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