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The Drowned World

Author : J. G. Ballard
ISBN : 1857988833
Genre : Science fiction, English
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In the 21st century, fluctuations in solar radiation have caused the ide-caps to melt and the seas to rise. Global temperatures have climbed, and civilization has retreated to the Arctic and Antarctic circles. London is a city now inundated by a primeval swamp, to which an expedition travels to record the flora and fauna of this new Triassic Age.This early novel by the author of CRASH and EMPIRE OF THE SUN is at once a fast paced narrative, a stunning evocation of a flooded, tropical London of the near future and a speculative foray into the workings of the unconscious mind.
Category: Science fiction, English

The Drowned World

Author : Gary Owen
ISBN : 9781408149850
Genre : Drama
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Winner of the George Devine Award for 2002, published to tie in with the opening at the Traverse Theatre at the Edinburgh Festival And that is why we can't have these/Fatally radiant creatures/Walking round the place/Reminding us how clumsy/And mean-spirited/And graceless/And cowardly/And shapeless/And flabby and foul we all are. In a drowned world - how far will you go to save your own skin? In this vicious tale of love, revolt and beauty, Gary Owen presents a vision of a world divided between citizens and non-citizens, where friends betray one another and where surfaces matter more than love or kinship. "A blazing new talent" Guardian "A blast of brilliant theatrical writing straight from the heart of post-modern Wales" Scotsman
Category: Drama

The Drowned World A Novel 50th Anniversary Edition

Author : J. G. Ballard
ISBN : 9780871404060
Genre : Fiction
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Sometime in the near future, in a world overgrown by jungle and threatened by steadily rising temperatures and seas, a diminished humankind stuggles to hold its own against proliferating plant and reptile life.
Category: Fiction

The Drowned World

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ISBN : OCLC:25738919
Genre : Art, Modern
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Category: Art, Modern

Into The Drowned World

Author : Ryan Kamstra
ISBN : 1897178662
Genre : Poetry
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Into the Drowned World is a visionary work of pop-culture apocrypha, recited by a nodding, benumbed narrator who is perpetually reliving the day before the turn of the millennium. At its heart is Kamstra's breathless, ecstatic response to Madonna's infamous Drowned World Tour of 2001, which forms both a lyrical and lexical shorthand for our world of foreshortened relations, abandoned tenets, and an almost forgotten civil society.
Category: Poetry

The Drowned World

Author : James Graham Ballard
ISBN : 1857988639
Genre : Science fiction
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Category: Science fiction

Drowned Worlds

Author : Charlie Jane Anders
ISBN : 9781849979306
Genre : Fiction
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We stand on the brink of one of the greatest ecological disasters of our time – the world is warming and seas are rising, and yet water is life; it brings change. Where one thing is wiped away, another rises. Drowned Worlds looks at the future we might have if the oceans rise – good or bad. Here you’ll find stories of action, adventure, romance and, yes, warning and apocalypse. Stories inspired by Ballard’s The Drowned World, Sterling’s Islands in the Net, and Ryman’s The Child Garden; stories that allow that things may get worse, but remembers that such times also bring out the best in us all. Multi-award winning editor Jonathan Strahan has put together sixteen unique tales of deluged worlds and those who fight to survive and strive to live. Featuring fiction by Paul McAuley, Ken Liu, Kim Stanley Robinson, Nina Allan, Kathleen Ann Goonan, Christopher Rowe, Nalo Hopkinson, Sean Williams, Jeffrey Ford, Lavie Tidhar, Rachel Swirsky, James Morrow, Charlie Jane Anders, Sam J. Miller and Catherynne M. Valente.
Category: Fiction

Madonna S Drowned Worlds

Author : Santiago Fouz-Hern?ez
ISBN : 9781351559539
Genre : Music
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Madonna is perhaps one of the most consistently transgressive and self-transforming artists of the late 20th and early 21st centuries. The recent release of two critically acclaimed and best-selling albums and a sold-out world tour have renewed media and academic interest in the artist. Madonna presents a set of strikingly new challenges to cultural analysis, and new developments in Gender, Queer and Ethnic studies have shed more light on her entire oeuvre. Whilst the contributors do refer to classic cultural theorists such as Baudrillard, Zizek, Foucault and Barthes, new theoretical approaches to Madonna's work feature prominently. In view of this, the present volume offers new perspectives on Madonna's work to date, addressing her configurations of race, gender and sex(uality) and with special emphasis on her resurrection after the Sex backlash in the early 1990s. The collection focuses on new Madonna-related topics such as Hinduism, Judaism, Japanese culture, All-American culture, Queer culture, Motherhood and her influence on newer 'girl acts' such as the Spice Girls and Britney Spears. The book explores the themes of gender, sexuality, ethnicity and celebrity consumption through the lens of Madonna's songs, videos and shows. An international array of scholars portrays Madonna's popularisation of the notion that identity is not fixed and can be continuously rearranged and revamped. The book should have wide appeal for all those concerned with gender studies, cultural studies, ethnic studies, lesbian and gay musicology as well as popular music studies.
Category: Music

Nowither

Author : John C Wright
ISBN : 1925645908
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NOWHITHER is the eagerly-awaited sequel to SOMEWHITHER, the Dragon Award winner for Best Science Fiction Novel (2016). The tale resumes as Ilya Muromets, nonhuman immortal and would-be hero, and his friends and companions, make a hair's breadth escape from the endless immensities of the Dark Tower, that unconquerable stronghold and throne of a monstrous, dimension-spanning empire ruled by cruel tyrants and omniscient magicians, only to find themselves trapped in circumstances even worse. They escape a citadel of blood-drinking abominations only to find themselves trapped in a chamber at the sunless bottom of the sea. The invulnerable Ilya also realized he can be hurt indeed when he faces a dread decision faces pitting family love against loyalty to friends, and involves the fates not of his own world only, but all worlds.Grab it now!
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Drowned World

Author : Sheldon L'Henaff
ISBN : 9781425186494
Genre : Fiction
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The first book in a series about queer love in the age of sex, drugs, and techno.
Category: Fiction

The Disaster Area

Author : J. G. Ballard
ISBN : 9780007513628
Genre : Fiction
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This mesmerizing collection demonstrates perfectly Ballard’s extraordinary writing talent.
Category: Fiction

Chronopolis

Author : J. G. Ballard
ISBN : UOM:39015046831882
Genre : Science fiction
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Category: Science fiction

The Case Of The Drowned Pearl A Murder Most Unladylike Mini Mystery

Author : Robin Stevens
ISBN : 9780241427323
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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A thrilling mini Murder Most Unladylike mystery, specially written and published for World Book Day 2020. Daisy Wells and Hazel Wong are best friends, schoolgirls - and detectives. And wherever they go, mysteries will find them... While on a seaside holiday with their friends George and Alexander, the Detective Society discover the body of famous swimmer Antonia Braithwaite - nicknamed The Pearl - on the beach. Everyone presumes that she drowned accidentally - but how could such a famous swimmer have struggled to swim? Even more mysteriously, three guests at the girls' hotel all wanted Antonia dead... Can the Detective Society solve this mystery? Or will they sink under the pressure? Praise for the Murder Most Unladylike mysteries: 'This is that rare thing: a series that gets better with every book' Telegraph 'Thrilling' Guardian 'A total delight' Metro
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Out Of The Night And Into The Dream

Author : Gregory Stephenson
ISBN : 9780313279225
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The author of Empire of the Sun and other acclaimed novels and stories, British writer J. G. Ballard is here given a penetrating analysis, his work being explored in terms of its internal coherence, thematic continuity and development, and mythic and metaphysical aspects. Ballard's fiction is widely considered to be a critique of our secular, rational, technological culture, but the writer is shown not to be fatalistic, but, rather, concerned with the redemption and regeneration of the human psyche. This study examines Ballard's output over four decades and compares him to several British and American writers of the post-World War II era--within and beyond the often too-rigidly applied categorization of science fiction, as well as to Romantic visionaries of the past.
Category: Literary Criticism

Vermilion Sands

Author : J. G. Ballard
ISBN : 0881844225
Genre : Fiction
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Ballard's genius for imagining exotic places appears again in Vermilion Sands where he creates a fantasy landscape of the future. These stories feature forgotten movie queens and guilt-ridden femmes fatales who exercise their every whim in a culture of unlimited technology.
Category: Fiction

Myths Of The Near Future

Author : J. G. Ballard
ISBN : 0099334712
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First published 1982. Short stories providing visions of other times and other places, where nothing seems quite right
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The Drought

Author : J. G. Ballard
ISBN : 0586089969
Genre : Climatic changes
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The world is threatened by dramatic climate change in this highly acclaimed and influential novel, one of the most important early works by the bestselling author of COCAINE NIGHTS and SUPER-CANNES.The world is threatened by dramatic climate change in this highly acclaimed and influential novel, one of the most important early works by the bestselling author of Cocaine Nights and Super-Cannes. Water. Man's most precious commodity is a luxury of the past. Radioactive waste from years of industrial dumping has caused the sea to form a protective skin strong enough to devastate the Earth it once sustained. And while the remorseless sun beats down on the dying land, civilization itself begins to crack. Violence erupts and insanity reigns as the remnants of mankind struggle for survival in a worldwide desert of despair.
Category: Climatic changes

The Literary World

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ISBN : PRNC:32101064475310
Genre : Literature
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Category: Literature