The Man in the Maze


The Man in the Maze is a science fiction novel by American writer Robert Silverberg, originally serialized in the magazine, Worlds of If April in May 1968, and published in bookstores the following year. It tells the tale of a man rendered incapable of interacting normally with other human beings by his uncontrollable psychic abilities. The novel is inspired by Sophocles' play Philoctetes, with the roles of Odysseus, Neoptolemus and Philoctetes played by Boardman, Rawlins, and Muller, respectively. The novel deals with themes of isolation and social alienation, using psychic powers as an allegory for human interaction. Silverberg employed similar techniques in Dying Inside.
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original title: The Man in the Maze
language: English
date of publication: 1969
genre: science fiction novel

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