Light by M. John Harrison
One of the peculiar burdens of the science fiction genre—both in film and fiction—has been to uphold ideals of heroism in a society skeptical of the concept. During the very period in which literary fiction was purging itself of heroes, or embracing edgy anti-heroes, science fiction was dishing up simple, stereotypical champions of truth, justice and th…
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