Gaia - Literature

Literature

  • Gaea, an island in the young-adult novel The Arm of the Starfish (1965) by Madeleine L'Engle
  • Gaea, a character in the dystopian fiction novella Anthem (1937) by Ayn Rand
  • Gaea (Marvel Comics), a fictional character
  • Gaea trilogy, a series of science-fiction novels (1979, 1980 and 1984) by John Varley
  • Gaia (Foundation universe), a fictional planet described in the novel Foundation's Edge (1982) and referred to in the novel Foundation and Earth (1986), both by Isaac Asimov
  • Gaia (Marvel Comics), fictional character
  • Gaia Gear, a series of five novels by Yoshiyuki Tomino
  • Gaia Moore, the heroine of the teen-novel series Fearless by Francine Pascal

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    The desire to create literature leads to frights, grunts, and coy looks.
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    In literature the ambition of the novice is to acquire the literary language: the struggle of the adept is to get rid of it.
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