Neuromancer

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Notes
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  3. ^ Walker, Doug (2006-09-14). "Doug Walker Interviews William Gibson" (PDF). Douglas Walker website. Retrieved 2009-03-16. 
  4. ^ "The Viletones". 
  5. ^ Gibson, William (2003-09-04). "Neuromancer: The Timeline". Retrieved 2007-11-26. 
  6. ^ Gibson, William (2003-01-17). "Oh Well, While I'm Here: Bladerunner". Retrieved 2008-01-21. 
  7. ^ Gibson, William (2003-01-01). "(untitled weblog post)". Retrieved 2008-01-21. 
  8. ^ Gibson, William. Neuromancer. ACE, July 1984. p. 243-244.
  9. ^ Lance Olsen about Neuromancer : «Second, as Porush notes, the title echoes "necromancer, the magician who conjures up the dead." No doubt this is a text inhabited by those raised from the dead, Lazarus after Lazarus, from Dixie Flatline in the form of a construct to Linda Lee's structure in cyberspace. Ashpool intermittently awakes from his cryogenic death-sleep, and the child 3Jane perceives Wintermute as a ghost whispering in her ear. Case flatlines and comes back to talk about it. Metaphorically, Corto is raised from the dead when he is transformed into Armitage.» «But Porush does not point out a secondary "necromancy" in the title. Not only are characters raised from the dead by a number of fictional magicians, but also various genres are "raised from the dead" by the very real magician of magicians — Gibson himself. The text is one about regeneration and endurance. Forms arise, undergo transformations, and continue metamorphosed. Gibson becomes the new romancer behind Neuromancer, revitalizing the science fiction novel, the quest story, the myth of the hero, the mystery, the hard-boiled detective novel, the epic, the thriller, and the tales of the cowboy and romantic artist, among others. He represents old stories in a revealing revamped intertexual pastiche.»
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  21. ^ "Books to Look For", F&SF, April 2005, p.28
  22. ^ Mark Neale (director), William Gibson (subject) (2000). No Maps for These Territories (Documentary). Docurama. 
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  24. ^ de Haven, Tom; Jensen, Bruce (August 1989). Neuromancer. Marvel Enterprises. ISBN 0-87135-574-4. 
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