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FYS Science Fiction Fabulations: Start Here

Dr. Michael Bray

Where to Find Scholarly Sources

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Searching for Information

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Try some of these subject headings in WorldCat:

Science fiction History and criticism | Science fiction | Short stories | Robots- fiction | Life on other planets - fiction

Sample Articles

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