Tag Archives: communism

IT AIN’T NECESSARILY SO (2020, 5,000 words)

Introduction to my book Parables of Freedom and Narrative Logics: Positions and Presuppositions in Science Fiction and Utopianism, ed. Eric D. Smith, 2 Vols., P. Lang, Oxford 2021. Abstract: A somewhat autobiographically inclined introduction to a new book of articles and … Continue reading

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PARABLES AND USES OF A STUMBLING STONE (2017, 11,880 words)

THE AUTHOR HASN’T UPLOADED THIS PAPER. THOSE INTERESTED CAN WRITE AND REQUEST IT (SEE CONTACT AT BOTTOM OR WRITE dsuvin@gmail.com) Darko Suvin                                                                   […]

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THE USE OF LUCIO MAGRI (2014, 3,290 words)

Magri, Lucio. The Tailor of Ulm: Communism in the Twentieth Century, translated by Patrick Camiller (London: Verso, 2011). Magri, born 1932, was a leading member of the Manifesto group which was kicked out of the Italian Communist Party (PCI) in … Continue reading

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