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At first the meeting is awkward, as the Japanese see whaling as barbaric and the Americans see the Japanese as godless. After being provided with all their need, tenants of this building started reversing their social status to the point when they become violent mob hell-bent on destruction of the "enemy floors". Anyway, majority of the authors were able to use the principles of future fiction to critique our present society, explore crucial social issues by filtering them through the experience, thoughts and emotions of the central characters.

Pages: 326

Publisher: Zondervan; English Language edition (October 10, 1996)

ISBN: 0310201195

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