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Dystopian

Dystopian fiction explores the social and political structure of an often futuristic society that is both repressive and controlling. These dystopian states often disguise themselves as a utopia with an authoritarian or totalitarian form of government. Excessive social control, repression of individual liberty and freedom and mass poverty are common themes.

Noted Works

Philip K Dick's Flow my tears, the policeman said

Philip K Dick's Do androids dream of electric sheep

Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451

Aldous Huxley's Brave new world

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