Works by J. G. Ballard (Study Guide): Novels by J. G. Ballard, Short Stories by J. G. Ballard, Short Story Collections by J. G. Ballard, Crash

Works by J. G. Ballard (Study Guide): Novels by J. G. Ballard, Short Stories by J. G. Ballard, Short Story Collections by J. G. Ballard, Crash
Author: Books LLC
Language English
Pages: 124
ISBN10: 1157984185
Genre: Fiction
Goodreads Rating: 3.88
ISBN13: 9781157984184
Published: September 14th 2010 by Books LLC

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Commentary (works not included). Pages: 122. Not illustrated. Chapters: Novels by J. G. Ballard, Short Stories by J. G. Ballard, Short Story Collections by J.

G. Ballard, Crash, Miracles of Life, the Atrocity Exhibition, the Drowned World, the Voices of Time, Hello America, High Rise, the Crystal World, Deep End, Vermilion Sands, Zone of Terror, Rushing to Paradise, Empire of the Sun, the Terminal Beach, Why I Want to Fuck Ronald Reagan, Memories of the Space Age, Venus Smiles, the Unlimited Dream Company, the Concentration City, Super-Cannes, Concrete Island, Minus One, the Kindness of Women, Running Wild, Track 12, the Burning World, the Day of Creation, Billennium, the Overloaded Man, the Day of Forever, Myths of the Near Future, the Four-Dimensional Nightmare, Millennium People, the Wind From Nowhere, the Impossible Man, the Disaster Area, Passport to Eternity, Kingdom Come, Cocaine Nights, Mr F.

Is Mr F., Studio 5, the Stars, the Sound-Sweep, War Fever, Low-Flying Aircraft and Other Stories, the Venus Hunters, the Recognition, Mobile. Excerpt: Miracles of Life is an autobiography written by British writer J. G. Ballard and published in 2008. The book describes Ballard's childhood and early teenage years in Shanghai in the 1930s and the early 1940s, when the city is ravaged by the Second Sino-Japanese War and W.W.II. After the happy years spent with his well-to-do family in the International Settlement, Ballard experiences the horrors of war and then the deprivations of an internment camp, Lunghua, where he is imprisoned with his parents, his sister, and hundreds of other British, Belgian, and Dutch nationals.

After being liberated by the Americans in 1945, James returns to England with his mother and sister, but the return to his home countrythat he does not really know, being born in Shanghaiis made difficult by the dismal atmosph...