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Aldiss

(ˈɔːldɪs)
n
(Biography) Brian W(ilson). born 1925, British novelist, best known for his science fiction. His works include Non-Stop (1958), Enemies of the System (1978), The Helliconia Trilogy (1983–86), Forgotten Life (1988), and The Detached Retina (1995)
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Marco's recurrent dismissals of any of Kublai's futuristic visions regarding his to-be-explored cities and their attendant events and his contraction of those events to an inevitable present attests to postmodernism's belligerent protestations that "[in] reality there is no future" (Aldiss 11).
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