J. G. Ballard

Born in Shanghai in 1930, J. G. Ballard is the author of 19 novels, including Empire of the Sun, The Drowned World, and Crash. He lived in London until his death in April 2009.


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A Malaise Deeper Than Shopping

Until the end of his life, Ballard insisted that science fiction was the most important form of literature to emerge during the twentieth century....

A Malaise Deeper Than Shopping


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