Which dystopian novel best captures our current situation
Probably Raspail.Poll amended to add 'other' as a choice.
If you vote 'other' it may be of interest ito the forum if you name the book(s) as others have in a post, so that posters with an interest in these types of books are aware of them.
I've read Raspail, controversial to this day.Probably Raspail.
‘Lord of the World’ would need readers to have an idea of the basic tenets of Catholicism and today many have little knowledge of Christianity let alone Catholicism.
Meanwhile, UK politicians fast for Ramadan to show solidarity with Muslims. Instagram photos showing bacon on their tables undermine their position.
Seconded. All this "new normal" rubbish. Social distance. Was that ever a term?I voted 1984 for the fake news MSM use of newspeak techniques. He had them sussed in the BBC. You could include Animal Farm for some animals are more equal than others. Relevant in not the way Orwell intended it.
You could well include the Marquis de Sade and William Burroughs following works: The Soft Machine, Nova Express & The Ticket That Exploded making up The Nova Trilogy. 100% the hidden psychic topography of our times.