Steampunk (sadly ignorant)
ottertee at silverwinggraphics.com
Wed Dec 3 10:44:09 EST 2003
On Wednesday, December 3, 2003, at 02:20 AM, Charles Butler wrote:
> Was Swift
>> making the double entendre when he named his Laputa (after which
>> Miyazaki's is named)?)
> It's generally assumed that he was, I believe (putting the punk into
> steampunk, no less!)
> I've sometimes heard the film *Wild Wild West* quoted as an example of
> steampunk. But this genre is a bit blurry round the edges for me - does
> Philip Reeves's *Mortal Engines* count? And what about *His Dark
Well, I'm still confused about what steampunk is. It doesn't help that
don't seem to have read most of the books you all are referring to.
But how about _Pavane_ by Keith Roberts?
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