Philip Wylie, An Essay on Morals: A Science of …
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Sure, Star Wars is wonderful, but in precisely the same way and at the same level of consciousness and sophistication that SF from the late Twenties and early Thirties was: fast, almost plotless stories of zipping through the ether in spaceships, meeting aliens, using futuristic devices, and fighting the bad guys (and winning)."18 Space Opera hotlinks include:: an on-line space opera by Robert Jennings: a filk song by Jeff Duntemann, which does capture (humorously) the atmosphere of the genre an online short-story "presented by" The Unidentified Flying Opera Company (Leslie Choy): an essay on 6 Canadian space operas: opinions on Burroughs' space opera book series: Alpha Ralpha Boulevard's bibliography of Brian Aldiss lists his anthology "Space Opera" and most of his other works: various opinions on a writer some feel writes literate Space Opera: Fantascienza's bio/biblio database on a writer who has writen Space Opera, among MANY other genres: an essay on Japanimation and other matters, by Charles Chen [at Cornell U.]: composer Dave C.
Philip Wylie – Art by Rob Goldstein
Meckler's work in progress for performance at Space Center Houston: "Space Opera" as a subject index for listing of short story anthologies: The writer who most transformed the 1990's Space Opera genre, actually starting with his first publication in 1987 of "The Culture" as the universe in which his sophisticated space opera novels take place, and culminating (so far) in the novel "Excession": by Bruce Irving & Rick Elliott, sdomewhat sophomoric humor in this internally-hotlinked hypertext of dialogue rockets to asteroids, moons, planets, starsSo much of science fiction features rockets and travels into the cosmos that I have divided a handful of major works into several categories, sorted by where in Space the action is centered.