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He particularly wanted to remember his two trips to... Wells' "The War of the Worlds" from the Martian perspective. Raiders of the Lost Ark is one of the best presentations of an original screenplay ever produced in fantastic film and the screenplay itself is a marvel. We will read about this will, and the magicians it creates in its determination to command rather than perceive, through the lenses of fictions based on hypotheses in Aristophanes, Lucian, More, Swift, Vonnegut, Vance, and others such as Williamson, Heinlein, Stewart, and Harrison.—INSTRUCTOR: Lew Soens.

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