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Title: The last (fertile) man on earth : comedy or fantasy?
Authors: Grech, Victor E.
Vassallo, Clare
Callus, Ivan
Keywords: Science fiction -- History and criticism
Infertility, Male
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Sage Publications Ltd.
Citation: Grech, V. E., Vassallo, C., & Callus, I. (2013). The last (fertile) man on earth : comedy or fantasy? World Future Review, 5(1), 24-28.
Abstract: The trope of infertility in science fiction may be explored through the theme of a single fertile man remaining on earth, with the fate of the entire species devolving on this one single individual. The article will review narratives that deal with this premise, and will outline the obvious, the not so obvious, and the even potentially comic outcomes that arise from the overturning of the usual male-chasing-female paradigm.
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