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Dystopian fiction east and west Dystopian fiction east and west :
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LCC: PN56.D94 G68 2001 (Source: dlc)
LCC: PN56* (Source: Library and Archives Canada)
LCC: PN56 D94 G68 2001 (Source: Library and Archives Canada)
DDC: 809.3/9372 full
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Lccn: 2002514387
Table Of Contents
What is justice? The answers of utopia, tragedy, and dystopia
Nineteenth-century precursors of the dystopian vision
The dictator behind the mask : Zamiatin's We, Huxley's Brave new world, and Orwell's Ninteenth eighty-four
Dictatorship without a mask : Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451, Vonnegut's Player piano, and Atwood's The handmaid's tale
The writer on trial: socialist realism and the exile of speculative fiction
The dystopia of revolutionary justice : Serge's Conquered city, Zazubrin's "The chip," and Rodionov's Chocolate
The legalization of terror: Platonov's The foundation pit, Ribakov's Children of the Arbat, and Koestler's Darkness at noon
Terror in war, terror in peace: Grossman's Life and fate, Tertz Sinyavski's The trial begins, and Daniel's This is Moscow speaking
Collective paranoia: the persecutor and the persecuted: Andzrejewski, Déry, Fuks, Hlasko, Örkény, Vaculik, and Mrozek
Kafka's ghost: The trial as theatre: Klima's The castle, Karvas's The big wig, and Havel''s Memorandum
From terror to entropy : the downward spiral: Konwicki's A minor apocalypse, Déry's Mr G.A. in X and Zinoviev's The radiant future
Speculative fiction returns from exile : Dystopian vision with a sneer: Voinovich's Moscow 2042, Aksyonov's The island of Crimea, Dalos's 1985, and Moldova's Hitler in Hungary
Dystopia East and West: conclusion.
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Gottlieb, Erika. Dystopian fiction east and west