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Univ. of Toronto Professor adopts Tesseracts Eleven for SF Literature Class
EDGE Science Fiction & Fantasy Publishing  
Date: 09 May 2008 /

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University of Toronto Professor Michael Johnstone has adopted Tesseracts Eleven for his Science Fiction literature course. This course will explore how works of science fiction respond to, participate in, and critique their times by speculating about the potential effects of science upon society. From alien invasions to cyberpunk to other worlds to dystopias, and much more, the novels and short stories we will study raise challenging and profound questions about the state of humanity — past, present, and future.

(Source: EDGE Science Fiction & Fantasy Publishing)

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