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United States novelist (born in 1931)

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Cory Doctorow is a Canadian technology, copyright and privacy thinker, blogger, journalist, activist and science fiction writer.
One of the first metafictional hints Doctorow offers to decode his complex narrative is the protagonist's name.
Information doesn't want to be free, people do," says Internet expert and prolific author Cory Doctorow in this provocative and timely book.
Doctorow fue sobre todo un novelista, pero en su bibliografia tambien figuran los libros de cuentos Vidas del los poetas (1984), Sweet land stories (2004) y Todo el tiempo del mundo (2011); esos tres libros han sido reunidos por primera vez en nuestra lengua en un solo volumen.
And probably more importantly, Doctorow opened my eyes to some of the more secretive and more nefarious ways digital locks are operating.
As I watched Citizenfour for the first time the day after the Academy Awards, the Doctorow reference felt bittersweet.
Skylight Books is thrilled to welcome acclaimed writer and activist Cory Doctorow and illustrator Jen Wang to present their new graphic novel, In Real Life.
Contributions come from a range of bestselling, award-winning authors and up-and-coming writers, such as Scott Sigler, Cory Doctorow, Ernest Cline, and a story from Dr.
Gross for instance argues that Doctorow is "the radical writer or intellectual or political activist" whose vision on the nation's identity is fundamentally "a terrible and negative one" (138,128).
Doctorow narrates his own vivid novel that examines the life of a man who has caused disaster more than once in his life.
I also watched a video discussion with Doctorow (O'Reilly Media, 2013) where he talked about the assumption that readers today are never far away from a Google search bar.
Doctorow set out to write a book of very different quality than his previous efforts, which include such popular novels as "World's Fair," "Billy Bathgate," Loon Lake" and "Ragtime" [which also found its way into a hit musical].
Doctorow, the author of 12 novels, is best known for his works of historical fiction, including World's Fair, which won the National Book Award for Fiction in 1985, and Ragtime (1975).
In his short story collection Overclocked, sci-fi writer Cory Doctorow posited a world where 3D printing technology had crashed the world economy.
In doing so, Doctorow and Coover also challenge and subvert mainstream historiography legitimized by the State.