Re: Is Levi-Strauss essential? was It still works? Avoid it anyway.
Michelle Malkin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Wed, 22 Jan 1997 04:08:15 GMT
email@example.com (Julia E Smith) wrote:
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>Sorry that I'm not much help.
You'provided plenty of help for me, and I thank you. I've archived your post,
since my darn printer is on the blink. My favorite type of sf stories are the
ones where there is a lot of character development and a well-thought out
culture. Even when I was writing fan Star Wars stories, I enjoyed creating my
own societies and aliens. They had to make sense to me before I would dump them
on anyone else. And, I thank writers such as Stanley Weinbaum (for the first
truly alien aliens that he created in the '30's) Ursula LeGuinn (for "Left Hand
of Darkness" and its 'bi-sexual' society) and several fantasy writers for their
human or animal societies.
I only hope that these books are still available.