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Issue Details: First known date: 2001... 2001 Looking Backward to Looking Backward
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Argues that the utopian novel, Looking Backwards, 2000-1887,by American author, Edward Bellamy, first published in Boston in 1888, was an inspirational source for early Australian science fiction writers.

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    y separately published work icon Notes on Australian Science Fiction Graham Stone , Sydney : Graham Stone , 2001 Z1017342 2001 single work essay bibliography criticism biography review Fifty numbered and titled 'Notes' which trace the history of Australian science fiction, from its beginnings to the 1950s. Some notes are in the form of essays, others include biographical details, reviews, criticism and bibliographies. Many of the notes are reprinted, or revised from a column which appeared in Science Fiction News, edited by Stone. Sydney : Graham Stone , 2001 pg. 76-81
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