Unformatted text preview: 6. Translating human terms: “power” and “love” 7. Is this book, with its emphasis on the noocytes’ sense of preserving human love, just a “‘naïve fairy tale’” as Darko Suvin challenged (cited in N. Katherine Hayles’s How We Became Posthuman )? 8. “Seeing is changing”: why the noocytes have to leave the “macro-scale world” (266). 9. What questions does Blood Music avoid answering? 10. Rereading Blood Music as a fairy tale about fairy tales—i.e., about the power of human storytelling. Can stories change our reality? If so, what kind of stories should we be writing?...
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- Spring '11
- Bernard, 1943 births, science fiction stories, Electronic literature, N. Katherine Hayles