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  • ...e at least through 2006 at http://www.users.muohio.edu/erlichrd/courseinsf/Neuromancer.html. ...an extensive "Word/Allusion List," "Rich Erlich On Plot, Story, World In ''Neuromancer''," excerpts from the critics, a word or two on cyberpunk/pomo, especially
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  • '''Gibson, William. ''Neuromancer''.''' New York: Ace, 1984. Introd. Terry Carr. [[Category: Fiction]] ...'s ''[[The Müller-Fokker Effect]]'' and the works cross-indexed there. The Neuromancer trilogy is important for positive containment (freedom to act) within compu
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  • [[Gilzinger, Donald]]. "Approaching Neuromancer: Secondary Sources." [[SFRA Review]] #238 (February 1999):17-18. (Maly, 27/
    154 bytes (13 words) - 16:58, 11 August 2007
  • '''''William Gibson's Neuromancer: The Graphic Novel'', Vol 1. Tom De Haven and Bruce Jensen,''' adaptation a
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  • [[Hall, Hal]]. "Approaching <i>[[Neuromancer]]</i>: More Secondary Sources." [[SFRA Review]] 238 (February 1999): 19-24.
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  • [[Pringle, David]]. "Neuromancer by William Gibson (1984)." ''Science Fiction: The 100 Best Novels''. Davi Cited in Hal Hall's "[[Approaching Neuromancer: More Secondary Sources]]." (Maly, 01/07/02)
    316 bytes (35 words) - 20:00, 11 April 2007
  • '''Huntington, John. "Newness, ''Neuromancer'', and the End of Narrative."''' ''Fictional Space: Essays on Contemporary
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  • [[Wahl, Wendy]]. "Bodies and Technologies: ''Dora'', ''Neuromancer'', and Strategies of Resistance." ''Postmodern Culture'' 3.2 (January 1993 Cited in Hal Hall's "[[Approaching Neuromancer: More Secondary Sources]]". (Maly, 01/07/02)
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  • [[Ruddick, Nicholas]]. "Putting the Bits Together: Information Theory, Neuromancer and Science Fiction." ''Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts'' 3.4 (1994): Cited in Hal Hall's "[[Approaching Neuromancer: More Secondary Sources]]". (Maly, 01/07/02)
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  • [[Cherniavsky, Eva]]. "(En)gendering Cyberspace in Neuromancer: Postmodern Subjectivity and Virtual Motherhood." ''Genders'' 18 (Winter 1 Cited in Hal Hall's "[[Approaching Neuromancer: More Secondary Sources]]." (Maly, 01/07/02){{DEFAULTSORT:Engendering}}
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  • '''Porush, David. "Cybernauts in Cyberspace: William Gibson's ''Neuromancer''."''' ''Aliens: The Anthropology of Science Fiction''. George E. Slusser a ...68). See for both human robotization and "some lurking transcendence" in ''Neuromancer'' (176).
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  • ...r.]] "The Sentimental Futurist: Cybernetics and Art in William Gibson's ''Neuromancer''." ''Critique'' 33.3 (Spring 1992): 221-40. ...istic technological transcendence" and concludes the summary with "Hence, Neuromancer expresses a sentimental futurism" (headnote to IC-R's "[[Antimancer: Cybern
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  • [[Grant, Glen]]. "Transcendence through Detournement in William Gibson's ''Neuromancer''." ''SFS'' #XX, 17.Y (March 1990). (RDE, 21/03/93)
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  • [[Wahl, Wendy]]. "Bodies and Technologies: ''Dora'', ''Neuromancer'', and Strategies of Resistance." ''Postmodern Culture'' 3.2 (January 1993 Cited in Hal Hall's "[[Approaching Neuromancer: More Secondary Sources]]". (Maly, 01/07/02)
    297 bytes (30 words) - 20:22, 11 April 2007
  • [[Ruddick, Nicholas]]. "Putting the Bits Together: Information Theory, Neuromancer and Science Fiction." ''Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts'' 3.4 (1994): Cited in Hal Hall's "[[Approaching Neuromancer: More Secondary Sources]]". (Maly, 01/07/02)
    325 bytes (36 words) - 20:08, 11 April 2007
  • ...e at least through 2006 at http://www.users.muohio.edu/erlichrd/courseinsf/Neuromancer.html. ...an extensive "Word/Allusion List," "Rich Erlich On Plot, Story, World In ''Neuromancer''," excerpts from the critics, a word or two on cyberpunk/pomo, especially
    895 bytes (123 words) - 13:49, 22 March 2007
  • [[Pringle, David]]. "Neuromancer by William Gibson (1984)." ''Science Fiction: The 100 Best Novels''. Davi Cited in Hal Hall's "[[Approaching Neuromancer: More Secondary Sources]]." (Maly, 01/07/02)
    316 bytes (35 words) - 20:00, 11 April 2007
  • '''Porush, David. "Cybernauts in Cyberspace: William Gibson's ''Neuromancer''."''' ''Aliens: The Anthropology of Science Fiction''. George E. Slusser a ...68). See for both human robotization and "some lurking transcendence" in ''Neuromancer'' (176).
    653 bytes (85 words) - 17:46, 13 October 2014
  • [[Cherniavsky, Eva]]. "(En)gendering Cyberspace in Neuromancer: Postmodern Subjectivity and Virtual Motherhood." ''Genders'' 18 (Winter 1 Cited in Hal Hall's "[[Approaching Neuromancer: More Secondary Sources]]." (Maly, 01/07/02){{DEFAULTSORT:Engendering}}
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  • ...parently the products of the unification and disintegration of the AI of ''Neuromancer''. Note also image of the ultrarich Virek in a life-support vat[http://yin.
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  • ...ast book of the '''Neuromancer''' "Sprawl" trilogy (see in this Category ''Neuromancer'' and ''Count Zero''). Ends romantic-comically, with a twist: the marriage
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  • ...r.]] "The Sentimental Futurist: Cybernetics and Art in William Gibson's ''Neuromancer''." ''Critique'' 33.3 (Spring 1992): 221-40. ...istic technological transcendence" and concludes the summary with "Hence, Neuromancer expresses a sentimental futurism" (headnote to IC-R's "[[Antimancer: Cybern
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  • [[Gilzinger, Donald]]. "Approaching Neuromancer: Secondary Sources." [[SFRA Review]] #238 (February 1999):17-18. (Maly, 27/
    154 bytes (13 words) - 16:58, 11 August 2007
  • [[Hall, Hal]]. "Approaching <i>[[Neuromancer]]</i>: More Secondary Sources." [[SFRA Review]] 238 (February 1999): 19-24.
    162 bytes (16 words) - 16:59, 11 August 2007
  • ...challenging conceptualization" (287). Cited in Hal Hall's "[[Approaching Neuromancer: More Secondary Sources]]." (Maly/RDE, 02/07/02)
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  • '''Gibson, William. ''Neuromancer''.''' New York: Ace, 1984. Introd. Terry Carr. [[Category: Fiction]] ...'s ''[[The Müller-Fokker Effect]]'' and the works cross-indexed there. The Neuromancer trilogy is important for positive containment (freedom to act) within compu
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  • [[Grant, Glen]]. "Transcendence through Detournement in William Gibson's ''Neuromancer''." ''SFS'' #XX, 17.Y (March 1990). (RDE, 21/03/93)
    198 bytes (20 words) - 19:28, 11 April 2007
  • Cited in Hal Hall's "[[Approaching Neuromancer: More Secondary Sources]]". (Maly, 02/07/02)
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  • Cited in Hal Hall's "[[Approaching Neuromancer: More Secondary Sources]]." (Maly, 01/07/02)
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  • ...ancer]]'' and Stephenson's ''[[Snow Crash]]'' (under Fiction, ''C1'' for ''Neuromancer'', ''C2'' for ''Snow Crash''). Stypczynski suggests HS's setting up a conti
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  • Cited in Hal Hall's "[[Approaching Neuromancer: More Secondary Sources]]". (Maly, 02/07/02)
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  • Cited in Hal Hall's "[[Approaching Neuromancer: More Secondary Sources]]". (Maly, 02/07/02)
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  • ...ealistic hacker jargon. Features a cyberpunkish "run" in the manner of ''[[Neuromancer]]'' and a battle of the cyborgs, then a cyborg alliance.
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