Science Fiction and Fantasy (Part 5 of 'The Guardian's 1000 Novels Everyone Should Read')

"It is sometimes assumed that science fiction, fantasy and horror must mean spaceships, elves and vampires - Yet these three genres have a tradition as venerable as the novel itself. Fiction works through metamorphosis: in every era authors explore the concerns of their times by mapping them on to invented worlds... read more
Source: theguardian.com · Added by Scarlett
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The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (Douglas Adams)
2
Non-Stop (Brian Aldiss)
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Foundation
4
The Blind Assassin (Margaret Atwood)
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The Handmaid's Tale (Margaret Atwood)
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In the Country of Last Things
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The Drowned World
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Crash
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Millennium People
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The Wasp Factory
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Consider Phlebas
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Weaveworld
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13
Darkmans (Nicola Barker)
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The Time Ships
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Darwin's Radio
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Vathek
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The Stars My Destination (Alfred Bester)
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Fahrenheit 451
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Lost Souls
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Wieland
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Rogue Moon (Algis Budrys)
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The Master and Margarita
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The Coming Race
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A Clockwork Orange (Anthony Burgess)
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25
The End of the World News
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A Princess of Mars (Edgar Rice Burroughs)
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Naked Lunch (William S. Burroughs)
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Kindred
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Erewhon
30
The Baron in the Trees
31
The Influence
32
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
33
Through the Looking Glass
34
Nights at the Circus (Angela Carter)
35
The Passion of New Eve (Angela Carter)
36
The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay (Michael Chabon)
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The Man Who Was Thursday
38
Childhood's End (Arthur C. Clarke)
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Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell
40
Hello Summer, Goodbye
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