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Nuclear War and Science Fiction || The Perils of Generalizing about Children's Science FictionJill P. May and Perry Nodelman
Corrigendum to “Cardiopulmonary resuscitation: Knowledge and opinions among the U.S. general public: state of the science fiction” [Resuscitation 2008;79:490–8]Catherine A. Marco, Gregory L. Larkin
A NOTE ON THE GENERAL MATHEMATICAL EQUIVALENCY OF ECONOMIC BASE AND AGGREGATE INPUT-OUTPUT MULTIPLIERS: FACT OR FICTIONJohn Merrifield
Science Fiction and Postmodernism || A General Framework for Familiar ConceptsReview by: Richard P. Terra
Reader's Guide to Prose Fiction: And Introductory Essay, with Bibliographics of 1,500 Novels Selected, Topically Classified, and Annotated for Use in Meeting the Needs of Individuals in General Educationby Elbert LenrowReview by: Dena J. Polacheck and Demarest Polacheck
La Crónica de Veynte Reyes. A comparison with the text of the Primera Crónica General and a study of the principal Latin sources.by Theodore Babbitt;The use of auer a and auer de as auxiliary verbs in Old Spanish from the earliest texts to end of the thirteenth century.by John Anthony Strausbaugh;La Cultura y las Letras Coloniales en Santo Domingo.by Pedro Henríquez Ureña;The Origins of the Romantic Movement in Spain.by I. L. McClelland;Das Frankreichbild des modernen Spanien.by Hans Juretschke;The Generation of 1898 in Spain as seen through its Fictional Hero.by Katherine P. RedingReview by: Joseph E. Gillet
General and Thematic Margaret Spufford, Small Books and Pleasant Histories. Popular fiction and its readership in seventeenth-century England. London: Methuen, 1981. xxi + 275 pp. No price given.Fraser, Derek, Clark, Peter, Simon, Joan
Globalisation, Economic Reform and Post-modern Fiction in Contemporary China: A General SurveyAdlakha, H.
Reviews : English and General Studies Literature, Education and Romanticism: Reading as Social Practice 1780-1832. (Cambridge Studies in Romanticism 8.) By Alan Richardson. Cambridge University Press, 1994. Pp. xvii + 327. 35.00. Women Writing about Money: Women's Fiction in England 1790-1820. By Edward Copeland. (Cambridge Studies in Romanticism 9.) Cambridge University Press, 1995. Pp. xvii + 291. 35.00. Re-visioning Romanticism: British Women Writers, 1776-1837. Edited by Carol Shiner Wilson and Joel Haefner. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1994. Pp. xi + 329. 15.95 (p/bkDavey, E.R.
The Sociology of Literature || The Book-of-the-Month Club and the General Reader: On the Uses of "Serious" FictionJanice Radway