The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams
There are many reasons why the arbiters of literary taste have never warmed up to science fiction. But one of the most obvious is the overwrought heroic ambitions of the typical sci-fi story. The protagonists of these works are inevitably involved in grand endeavors of galactic proportions, and no matter how remarkable the project at hand—whether the co…
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