The works of Gordon Range
The Empty Sky
This work was conceived in 1997/8 and everyone in the Circle was reminded of it when the terrorist attacks were made on the United States on September 11th, 2001.
The Fantasy Factory (1990)
People play jokes on one another and put friends into quite awkward situations, knowing that they can 'save' them before matters get out of hand. When the people concerned spend their days playing about with information, most of it on computers, the scope for manipulation becomes greater.
The War Crimes Commissioner (1987)
People can always find some reason which justifies even the most extreme reaction. And it's always possible to stand someone else's reasons on their collective heads and ask, 'If this is valid for X, why should it not be valid for me?'
Zone Purple (1987)
What people can get away with when the world is going to hell in a handcart all around them has long been a major topic of interest to the RLC authors. For the more senior members, the end of World War Two provides an interesting setting for an exploration of human strengths and frailties.
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