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Primary Sources

Dick 1968
Dick, Philip K. Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? (1968). New York: Del Rey (Ballantine) Books 24th printing. Filmed as Blade Runner 1982. The book reissued under the title Blade Runner at the release of the film.

Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft. Frankenstein; Or, The Modern Prometheus (1818). New York: Modern Library (Random House) 1984. This is the text of the third edition, revised and corrected by the author; originally published 1831. Filmed a number of times, often without much adherence to the novel.

Secondary Sources

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Baldick, Chris. In Frankenstein's Shadow: Myth, Monstrosity, and Nineteenth-century Writing. Oxford: Clarendon Press 1987.

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Dick 1976
Dick, Philip K. ``Man, Android and Machine'' in The Dark-Haired Girl Willimantic: Mark V. Zeising 1988, pp. 201-231. Originally published in Science Fiction at Large (1976) edited by Peter Nicholls.

Fitting, Peter. ``Futurecop: The Neutralization of Revolt in Blade Runner'' in Science-Fiction Studies #43 November 1987, pp. 340-354.

Huntington, John. ``Philip K. Dick: Authenticity and Insincerity'' in Science-Fiction Studies #45 July 1988, pp. 152-160.

McCaffery, Larry, ed. Storming the Reality Studio: A Casebook of Cyberpunk and Postmodern Fiction. Durham: Duke University Press 1991.

Tatsumi, Takayuki & McCaffery, Larry. ``Graffiti's Rainbow: Towards the Theoretical Frontiers of ``Fiction:'' From Metafiction and Cyberpunk through Avant-Pop'' in Science Fiction Eye Issue #12 Summer 1993, pp. 43-49.

Wolf, Leonard, ed. The Essential Frankenstein. New York: Plume (Penguin) 1993. This is an annotated edition of the first edition text of Frankenstein.