Essays on Fantastic

Jules Verne As A Father Of Science Fiction

Jules Verne Books before the time of this famous author were based around facts and true stories or fictional stories of events that occurred. Jules Verne introduced the idea of science fiction. Jules Verne is referred to as the “Father of Science Fiction.” He grabbed his readers’ attention with stories of heroic adventures. The main...
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Fantastic: The Educational Effect Of Sci-fi

Some say that sci-fi is not worthwhile and it doesn’t teach or develop young students, however one of the most important purposes of science fiction is to imagine what our future will look like if we maintain our present behaviour. This is important, as it encourages a deep reflection in society, the future and reality....
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Artificial Intelligence In Science Fiction

Artificial intelligence has played an active role in the genre of Science Fiction since Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein was published in 1818. It has been steadily rising in popularity since the 1950s, thanks to blockbuster films such as Forbidden Planet (1956) and 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), which began to firmly cement A. I’s place as...
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