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Science Fiction Quotations: From the Inner Mind to the Outer Limits. Edited by Gary Westfahl. Foreword by Arthur C. Clarke. New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press, 2005. 461 pp.
For more information about this book, you can visit the Yale University Press website which includes its Table of Contents, my introduction, and the author and title indexes.

I also wrote an article about the book for Locus Online which features lists of most frequently quoted works, most frequently quoted authors, and most popular topics. However, I limited the lists to the top fifteen in each category. Presented here for the first time are the complete versions of the lists I compiled, with all works that were quoted at least ten times, all authors who were quoted at least 15 times, and all topics that included at least 25 quotations.

Most Frequently Quoted Authors (including co-authored with 15 or more quotations)
1. Robert A. Heinlein 171
2. Ursula K. Le Guin 164
3. Philip K. Dick 126
4. Terry Pratchett 88
5. William Gibson 79
6. Douglas Adams 78
7. Arthur C. Clarke 52
8. H.G. Wells 49
9. Kim Stanley Robinson 40
10. Ray Bradbury 39
11.
Frank Herbert
George Turner
Yevgeny Zamiatin
34
14.
Stanislaw Lem
Walter M. Miller, Jr.
32
16. Poul Anderson 31
17.
J.G. Ballard
Jules Verne
29
19.
Isaac Asimov
George Orwell
Theodore Sturgeon
27
22.
Richard Bach
Edgar Pangborn
Bruce Sterling
23
25.
Margaret Atwood
John Brunner
Orson Scott Card
22
28.
William S. Burroughs
Aldous Huxley
Roger Zelazny
21
31.
Edgar Rice Burroughs
James Hilton
Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.
20
34.
Robert Silverberg
J.R.R. Tolkien
19
36.
Gregory Benford
Norton Juster
17
38.
James Blish
Harlan Ellison
H.P. Lovecraft
Clifford D. Simak
J. Michael Straczynski
Roger Zelazny
16
44.
Lois McMaster Bujold
Octavia E. Butler
Gene Wolfe
15

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