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'''Reed, Kit. ''Magic Time.''''' New York: Berkley, 1981. [[Category: Fiction]]
 
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High-tech surveillance and a "once human machine-housed consciousness" (quoting Mary Kay Bray in "''Nineteen Eighty-Four'' Is Only the Beginning: Media Technology and the Annihilation of Privacy in Wilhelm, Compton, and Reed," a paper at the 13th Annual Convention of the Popular Culture Association. Wichita, April 1983). See in this Category, K. Wilhelm's "Baby, You Were Great!" and D. G. Compton's ''The Unsleeping Eye''.[[Category: Fiction]]
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High-tech surveillance and a "once human machine-housed consciousness" (quoting Mary Kay Bray in "''Nineteen Eighty-Four'' Is Only the Beginning: Media Technology and the Annihilation of Privacy in Wilhelm, Compton, and Reed," a paper at the 13th Annual Convention of the Popular Culture Association. Wichita, April 1983). See in this Category, K. Wilhelm's "[[Baby, You Were Great!]]" and D. G. Compton's ''[[The Continuous Katherine Mortenhoe]]'', vt. ''The Unsleeping Eye''.
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[[Category: Fiction]]

Latest revision as of 00:17, 16 January 2020

Reed, Kit. Magic Time. New York: Berkley, 1981.

High-tech surveillance and a "once human machine-housed consciousness" (quoting Mary Kay Bray in "Nineteen Eighty-Four Is Only the Beginning: Media Technology and the Annihilation of Privacy in Wilhelm, Compton, and Reed," a paper at the 13th Annual Convention of the Popular Culture Association. Wichita, April 1983). See in this Category, K. Wilhelm's "Baby, You Were Great!" and D. G. Compton's The Continuous Katherine Mortenhoe, vt. The Unsleeping Eye.


RDE, edited 15Jan20