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steampunk

steampunk Sentence Examples

  • For example, you can visit lands based on the Steampunk genre or with a pirate theme.

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  • Sites like Dress Like a Pirate have a huge selection of items in a number of categories - gothic and steampunk in addition to authentic wear.

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  • The dresses can be custom or you can select from categories like Marie Antoinette, Victorian, Steampunk and Medieval.

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  • The ambiance is slightly steampunk, with gentlemen dressing for dinner, women being more decorative than useful, and a fine sense that decorum must be preserved.

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  • The term steampunk derived from cyberpunk and was originally used slightly tongue-in-cheek.

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  • Steampunk is Victorian or Edwardian, great era of exploration.

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  • Some steampunk exudes Victorian optimism.

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  • Some later steampunk loses much of it in favor of a more cyberpunk bleakness.

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  • Jules Verne, although he didn't know it, wrote steampunk.

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  • Although China Mieville's novels aren't set on an alternate Earth, they just feel like steampunk to me.

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  • Even Martha Wells dips into steampunk territory with her novels set in the nation of ile-Rein, particularly in her earlier Death of the Necromancer.

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  • I admit, steampunk is just about my favorite of the sci-fi genres.

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  • H.G. Wells may have written some of the first steampunk with The Time Machine.

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  • In the late 1990s, steampunk resurged, resulting in a 21st century boom with novels by Gail Carriger and Tim Powers.

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  • Steampunk favored Victorian England, steam powered devices and answering the question what "could" have been.

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  • Steampunk owed a nod to cyberpunk, an earlier genre that rose to prominence in the 1970s and 1980s.

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