Star Trek: A Post-structural Critique of the Original Series
Wildside Press LLC, 1 janv. 2009 - 153 pages
Well-known writer Michael Hemmingson offers a history and critique of the original Star Trek TV series, and the impact it has had on our culture, language, and science. Also included is the first coverage in book form of the 2009 Star Trek motion picture.
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