Roger Zelazny | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Jay Daly

This literature criticism consists of approximately 1 page of analysis & critique of Roger Zelazny.
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Critical Essay by Jay Daly

The time [of Deus Irae, written by Zelazny and Philip K. Dick] is post-World War III; the place a wasteland America, peopled with mutant races and presided over by a God of Wrath, one Carleton Lufteufel, who had been instrumental in bringing about World War III in the first place. Tibor McMasters, an incomplete (born without arms or legs, fitted with bionic counterparts), is commissioned to seek out the God of Wrath and to paint his portrait. It is the search for Lufteufel, and its implications, which the book explores. Dick and Zelazny's names will draw hard-core science fiction freaks—the only ones who will stay with this philosophical, allusive tale.

Jay Daly; "Adult Books for Young Adults: 'Deus Irae'," in School Library Journal (reprinted from the March, 1977 issue of School Library Journal, published by...

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