By Iain M. Banks

Le Sens du vent (titre unique : (en) glance to Windward) est un roman de science-fiction de l'écrivain écossais Iain M. Banks et paru pour l. a. première fois en langue anglaise en 2000.

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G. Wells’s The Time Machine (1895) or between the managerial elite and the zombified workers in Metropolis; or again, it could refer to a quality of the narrative itself, which up to the beginning of the 20th century was often introduced to the reader through a quasi-editorial frame. It is possible to find all these qualities in one volume. The American Pierton W. Dooner’s Last Days of the Republic (1880), for instance, transforms the use of Chinese immigrant labour into a conspiracy. Inverting the providential confidence of Manifest Destiny, Dooner externalizes the impulse 27 Science Fiction to dominate on to the Chinese, who gradually take over the USA, with the final result that its very name disappears from the map.

Campbell’s powerful influence, however, should not be seen as prescriptive or restrictive, more of a steady pressure on his authors to produce professional narratives, a pressure particularly evident in US science fiction from the 1950s onwards, from the decade which saw the development of cybernetics pioneered by Norbert Wiener. A key concept in this emerging discipline was the analogy with, not opposition between, humans and machines. In the introduction to his 1994 anthology of hard science fiction, David G.

Haldeman evokes danger, but more from the extraterrestrial situation and the unreliability of the soldiers’ equipment than from the supposed enemy. The novel makes ironic use of the conventions of star wars to evoke the timelessness of a war without obvious goals, the self-contradictions of the military training, and to present the whole enterprise as a form of latter-day colonialism. Science Fiction Advisory Council on National Space Policy, whose membership included Robert Heinlein and Gregory Benford.

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