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   User's Guide to the Millennium: Essays and Reviews, A, by J. G. Ballard  
 
  Nonfiction, first publication in April 1996 , latest edition in April 1997
 
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    Buy User's Guide to the Millennium: Essays and Reviews, A by J. G. Ballard
     
     
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      Over the course of his career, J.G. Ballard has revealed hidden truths about the modern world. The essays, reviews, and ruminations gathered here—spanning the breadth of this long career—approach reality with the same sharp prose and sharper vision that distinguish his fiction. Ballard's fascination for and fixation upon this century take him from Mickey Mouse to Salvador Dali, from Los Angeles to Shanghai, from William Burroughs to Winnie the Pooh, from the future to today.

     
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