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In 'Not with Love' Maddern 'reveals that the
sadness of male/female separation is no less poignant if set
on a distant planet, while an AIDS-type virus proves that
distance provides no safety net' (Colin Steele, SF Commentary No 77, p.54).
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In her introduction, American author Ursula Le Guin argues that women writers see 'a rather different
world to men and describe it by rather different means.
Working within the parameters of the fantastic provides "a
rebel's mode" which enables women writers to "knock the
posts out from under the status quo".'Melbourne:Sybylla Press,1995