Hassan Abootalebi, Where Can we Expect a Respite from and Be Immune to the Surfeit of Technology? (In-Depth Study of William Gibson’s Neuromancer), Volume 52, International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 52)
    The present paper intends to explore Gibson’s <i>Neuromancer </i>(1984) with a critical eye on the changes and influences technology has effected in contemporary societies, to elucidate how and in which ways these impacts have brought about changes in both individuals’ roles and attitudes, and to investigate the different realms influenced by technology. Hence, in the introduction section, some terms associated with <i>Neuromncer</i> will be first defined and expounded, and then in the discussion, the focus of the current research will be on the above-mentioned work in order to shed light on the main concerns of the book. At the end, a conclusion based upon the points discussed in the preceding sections will be drawn in order to help readers of Gibson’s appreciate the significance of his work in portraying the ramifications of advanced technology in years to come.
    Cyberpunk, Cyberspace, <i>Neuromancer</i>, Science Fiction, Virtual Reality, William Gibson