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Old 01-28-2011, 08:26 PM   #67
bill_mchale
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I don't consider Dune to be "space opera". Other than that, I highly recommend it.

Lee
Dune is kind of a complicated one. It takes place mostly on one planet, kind of like a Planetary Romance, but when one includes the scope, and the background setting and the stakes (and particularly when one includes the sequels), it has a space opera feel.

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