American Science Fiction, Classic Novels of the 1950’s

"Kingsley Amis did in his 1960 critical study New Maps of Hell. Amis contended that science fiction, like jazz, developed a self-aware identity in the second and third decades of the twentieth century, attracted a knowledgeable and devoted following largely of younger fans, and gained new levels of imaginative and stylistic sophistication in the 1940s...By … Continue reading American Science Fiction, Classic Novels of the 1950’s