Babel-17 by Samuel R. Delany
Even as science fiction authors became more daring in the 1960s, few found ways of reconciling the leading experimental tendencies of the day with the demands of genre fiction. In the world of literary fiction, novelists were stretching syntax and semantics, engaging in fanciful wordplay and moving beyond the time-honored conventions of narrative struct…
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