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Harcourt Brace, New York, © 1960. Hardcover, 8 ¼" x 5½", with dust jacket. Our jacket has small edge tears to spine ends, and 3" scratch to front. VERY GOOD book in GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Blue cloth-bound boards with white title to spine and black motif to front, and Index of Names and Titles. "Science Fiction is a world," says Amis, "in which speculation about the future is satire about the present in disguise, satire that covers a wide range - from politics to sex to subliminal advertising." In this provocative and enlightening discussion, he analyses with respect and insight - he is an addict himself - the reasons of the literary phenomenon of science fiction, the meaning of its criticisms of today's society, and the identity of the good guys and the bad guys. Our copy has a eight-line red ballpoint inscription (from a student to a professor), dated April, 1967, on front free endpaper, and a black signature.