Brande, David. “The Business of Cyberpunk: Symbolic Economy and Ideology in William Gibson.”

Configurations 2.3 (1994): 509-536. Retrieved 31 Aug. 2005.

Article considers the representation of commerce in William Gibson’s sprawl trilogy, with particular emphasis on Neuromancer.

“The novel is less interested in specifying the political significance of these “nihilistic technofetishists”–that is, in locating their significance as political agents–than in instancing them as a symptom of the breakneck speed-up in cultural turnover time.”