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Additional Resources for Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card

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Orson Scott Card, "Rebuttal," Fantasy Review, Volume 10, No 5, June, 1987, pp 13-14,49-52.

In this response to Radford's negative assessment of Ender's Game, Card takes Issue With the Critic's comparison of Ender with Hitler. He suggests the critic has misinterpreted the novel by overlooking the complex way in which It addresses Issues of empathy and violence.

Orson Scott Card, Characters and Viewpoint, Writers Digest Books, 1988

Tiling a general approach to writing instruction, Card details the creation, introduction, and development of characters in long and short fiction, and explains the various points of View available to the fiction Writer.

Orson Scott Card, How to Write Science Fiction and Fantasy, Writers Digest Books, 1990.

Card provides the aspiring science-fiction writer with tips on creatively devising other worlds, peoples, and magical occurrences

Orson Scott Card, "Hatrack River. The Official Website of Orson Scott Card," http //www hatrack.com.

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