LEITHAUSER, Brad


LEITHAUSER, Brad
(1953-)
   US poet and novelist whose sf novel, Hence (1989), is a near-future FABULATION - itself told as from a point considerably further into the future - in which a boy plays against a COMPUTER for the world chess championship. Style and matter are at times reminiscent of the work of Vladimir NABOKOV.
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