World Literature Today: The Sacred Era

By Rachel S. Cordasco
World Literature Today

The Sacred Era (Yoshio Aramaki)Surrealist art, post-Christian dogma, reincarnation, and spaceships fueled by human consciousness: these are just some of the elements that make up the complex panorama of Yoshio Aramaki’s exquisite work of speculative fiction. In fact, one could safely say that The Sacred Era, a masterpiece of the New Wave movement in science fiction (1960s and ’70s), is so ambitious and unfettered that you won’t read many books like it.

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