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Ender's Game Study Guide Sources

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Sources

Orson Scott Card, Introduction to Ender's Game, Tor Books, 1991.

Michael Collings, review of Speaker for the Dead, Fantasy Review, April, 1986, p. 20.

Tom Easton, review of Ender's Game, in Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact, Vol CV, No 7, July, 1985, pp. 180-81.

Review of Ender's Game, in Kirkus Reviews, Vol Lii, No. 21, November 1, 1984, p. 10-21.

Roland Green, review of Ender's Game, in Booklist, Vol. 81, No 7, December 1, 1984, p. 458.

Gerald Jonas, review of Ender's Game, in New York Times Book Review, June 16, 1985, p. 18.

Dan K. Moran, review of Ender's Game, in West Coast Review of Books, Vol 12, No.2, July/August, 1986, p 20. Michael Lassell, "A Youngster Saves the Planet," in Los Angeles Times Book Review, February 3, 1985, p. 11 Elaine Radford, "Ender and Hitler Sympathy for the Superman," in Fantasy Review, Vol. 10, No 5, June, 1987, pp 11-12,48-9.

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This section contains 151 words
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