science-fictionalized adj.

that has been made science fictional adj. in character

SF Criticism

  • 1950 Journal of the British Interplanetary Society 9 197

    In a ‘science-fictionalized’ review of Arthur Clarke’s book ‘Interplanetary Flight’, the Daily Mirror gave the astonishing news that British atomic scientists are now waiting for the go-ahead…to build an atomic engine which could be used as a rocket propulsion unit.

  • 1963 L. D. Kafka Letter in Fantastic Jan. 126/2 page image Lawrence D. Kafka

    I also have a strong suspicion that if I understood his stories I would like them even less. I liken his stories to cleaned up and science fictionalized versions of ‘Tropic of Cancer’.

  • 1983 N. Spinrad On Books in Asimov’s Science Fiction July 169/1 page image Norman Spinrad

    One could read it as a paradigm of Zelazny-the-writer-of-science-fictionalized-myth and Zelazny-the-science-fiction-writer-of-literary-ambition attempting to fuse his own two personas back into a unified whole via this very novel.

  • 1996 F. Popcorn & L. Marigold Clicking ii. 63

    The next generation of TVs will probably be the science-fictionalized, four-walled room of screens.

  • 2004 T. G. Rapatzikou Gothic Motifs in Fiction of William Gibson ii. 54 Tatiana Rapatzikou

    A means of criticising science-fictionalised reality and the psychology of the characters.

Research requirements

antedating 1950

Earliest cite

in the Journal of the British Interplanetary Society

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