Getting into Death

Getting into Death Contents Slaves The Happy Story The Asian Shore The Persistence of Desire Quincunx Displaying the Flag The Beginning of April or the End of March The Planet Arcadia

  • Title: Getting into Death
  • Author: Thomas M. Disch
  • ISBN: 9780246106148
  • Page: 419
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Contents Slaves 1967 The Happy Story 1971 The Asian Shore 1970 The Persistence of Desire 1974 Quincunx 1969 Displaying the Flag 1974 The Beginning of April or the End of March 1971 The Planet Arcadia 1971 The Invasion of the Giant Stupid Dinosaurs 1969 A Kiss Goodbye 1974 X Yes 1969 Feathers from the Wings of an Angel 1971 Let Us Quickly Hasten to the Gate ofContents Slaves 1967 The Happy Story 1971 The Asian Shore 1970 The Persistence of Desire 1974 Quincunx 1969 Displaying the Flag 1974 The Beginning of April or the End of March 1971 The Planet Arcadia 1971 The Invasion of the Giant Stupid Dinosaurs 1969 A Kiss Goodbye 1974 X Yes 1969 Feathers from the Wings of an Angel 1971 Let Us Quickly Hasten to the Gate of Ivory 1970 The Colors 1968 The Master of the Milford Altarpiece 1968 The Complete Short Stories 1974 Getting into Death 1974

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    1. Thomas M. Disch

      Poet and cynic, Thomas M Disch brought to the sf of the New Wave a camp sensibility and a sardonicism that too much sf had lacked His sf novels include Camp Concentration, with its colony of prisoners mutated into super intelligence by the bacteria that will in due course kill them horribly, and On Wings of Song, in which many of the brightest and best have left their bodies for what may be genuine, or entirely illusory, astral flight and his hero has to survive until his lover comes back to him both are stunningly original books and both are among sf s accomplishedly bitter sweet works.In recent years, Disch had turned to ironically moralized horror novels like The Businessman, The MD, The Priest and The Sub in which the nightmare of American suburbia is satirized through the terrible things that happen when the magical gives people the chance to do what they really really want Perhaps Thomas M Disch s best known work, though, is The Brave Little Toaster, a reworking of the Brothers Grimm s Town Musicians of Bremen featuring wornout domestic appliances what was written as a satire on sentimentality became a successful children s animated musical.Thomas M Disch committed suicide by gunshot on July 4, 2008.

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