Neil Easterbrook

Neil Easterbrook is Professor of English at Texas Christian University, where he teaches literary theory and comparative literature. His essays and reviews have appeared in such journals Science Fiction StudiesExtrapolationCritiqueScience Fiction Film and TelevisionPhilosophy and Rhetoric, and South Central Review as well as in books from publishers such as Routledge, Oxford, and Palgrave Macmillan. He is writing a book about China Miéville for the University of Illinois Press.


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Language and Monsters

China Miéville is in it for the monsters, and for the philosophy of language, in his latest novel....

Language and Monsters
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