J G Ballard Novels
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- Hyper-Organizational Space in the Work of J. G. Ballard
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- Splintering Urbanism: Networked infrastructures, technological
- In J.G. Ballard's novel “Concrete Island”, the main character, architect.
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- out of a JG Ballard novel? Will the middle-class rebel against being financially squeezed to support the less well-off?
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- Crash by J.G. Ballard
- Crash by J.G. Ballard Reviewed by Ted Gioia This disturbing novel is often classified as science fiction, though at first glance the label may seem unjustified.
- What J. G. Ballard Novel Is Christian Bale Adapting To Film?
- May 8, 2009 Christian Bale is itching to jump back into another genre film via the works of beloved author J.G. Ballard.
- J.G. Ballard: www.jgballard.com
- David Livingstone's review of Ballard's latest, typically disturbing, novel.