4 edition of Body of glass found in the catalog.
Body of glass
Originally published in the USA, under the title "He, she and it", Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., 1991.
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He, She and It (published under the title Body of Glass outside the USA) is a cyberpunk novel by Marge Piercy published in It won the Arthur C. Clarke Award for Best Science Fiction novel in It is a cyberpunk novel, published in It won the Arthur C.
Clarke Award for Best Science Fiction novel in The novel examines gender roles, human identity and AI, political economy, environmentalism, love, and storytelling through a suspenseful plot, set in a post-apocalyptic America, of the romance between a human woman and the cyborg created to protect her community.
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