Unthinking the Future of Race in Late Twentieth-Century American Utopian Novels
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Mourning the Individual Self: Octavia Butler and the Haptic Utopia in the 1980s
[…] No one is watching, caring, extending a hand or taking a little demonic blame. […] No wonder we need aliens. No wonder we’re so good at creating aliens. No wonder we so often project alienness onto one another.
— OCTAVIA BUTLER1
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