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'''Pohl, Frederik. ''Man Plus''.''' New York: Random, 1976. [[Category: Fiction]]
 
'''Pohl, Frederik. ''Man Plus''.''' New York: Random, 1976. [[Category: Fiction]]
  
Story of a man's becoming a full cyborg ("man plus")—but with costs—narrated by computers who have attempted, with a good deal of success, to manipulate human history. See under Literary Criticism the ''TMG'' essay by A. Gordon.[[http://www.clockworks2.org/wiki/index.php?title=Mechanical_God,_The:_Machines_in_Science_Fiction]]
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Story of a man's becoming a full cyborg ("man plus")—but with costs—narrated by computers who have attempted, with a good deal of success, to manipulate human history. See under Literary Criticism the "[[Human, More or Less: Man-Machine Communion in Samuel R. Delany's Nova and Other Science Fiction Stories|Human, More or Less]]" ''TMG'' essay by A. Gordon.[[https://www.clockworks2.org/wiki/index.php?title=Human,_More_or_Less:_Man-Machine_Communion_in_Samuel_R._Delany%27s_Nova_and_Other_Science_Fiction_Stories]]
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RDE, updated 28June20

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Pohl, Frederik. Man Plus. New York: Random, 1976.

Story of a man's becoming a full cyborg ("man plus")—but with costs—narrated by computers who have attempted, with a good deal of success, to manipulate human history. See under Literary Criticism the "Human, More or Less" TMG essay by A. Gordon.[[1]]


RDE, updated 28June20