Main : anthology, reproductive technology, scifi, speculative fiction
198 x 128 mm
Renate Klein, Susan Hawthorne (ed.)
In the tradition of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, these writers rework images of the body. Imagination, vision and a sense of the absurd come together and demonstrate that women can resist the power of god-like scientists who long to create monsters and angels.
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‘Angels of Power should head the reading list of any course in ethics and reproductive technology.’Karin Lines, Editions
Table of Contents
Renate Klein and Susan Hawthorne
ANGELS OF POWER
EVERYTHING IS OVA, DR GOD
JUST ANOTHER BIT OF NEWS
CRIB COLOURS FADE
IN VITRO FERTILIZATION
NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS
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