The Resource The Golden Age of the Science Fiction Novel
- The Golden Age of the Science Fiction Novel
- In 1950, the New York Times ran an article claiming that science fiction had graduated from pulp fiction to respectable hardcover books. Learn how this remarkable validation was brought to fruition, and see how television and radio helped propel the popularity of science fiction novels. Examine influential authors of novels during this decade, with an in-depth look at Ray Bradbury, Frederik Pohl and C. M. Kornbluth, and Arthur C. Clarke.
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- Originally produced by The Great Courses in 2016
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- In English
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