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distopia 
26th-Apr-2004 11:23 pm
dragons
Poll #285076 distopian books

Have you read...?

1984
1(3.4%)
Brave New World
0(0.0%)
Fahrenheit 451
1(3.4%)
The Giver
1(3.4%)
others!
1(3.4%)


I like seeing how things break down, especially if I'm not under them. I've been a fan of these since I was little. I'm curious which are getting read, these days. Feel free to suggest others in comments. :)
Comments 
27th-Apr-2004 06:12 am (UTC)
Try Earth Abides by George R. Stewart or Alas, Babylon by Pat Frank - they're more apocalyptic than dystopian per se, but I remember reading all of those books at around the same time back when I, too, was little. (Okay, I'm almost six feet tall, so I'm not sure I was ever strictly "little" but you know what I mean...)
27th-Apr-2004 08:44 am (UTC)
Crap...I've also read Anthem.
27th-Apr-2004 09:12 pm (UTC)
Ahab's Wife, Memoirs of a Geisha, Poisonwood Bible. All very lovely books. Ahab's Wife is probably my favorite, simply because of the philosophies presented in it.
27th-Apr-2004 10:04 pm (UTC)
A Clockwork Orange, Naked Lunch, Lord of the Flies, Animal Farm, etc...
29th-Jun-2004 09:06 am (UTC) - books=happiness
I loved all of those books. I can't think of the titles, but I've read others like them too. All of them I had to read in an English class at some point or another, but most of the time I had already read the book years before it was assigned. It was great; all I had to do was flip through it again, and then I could continue on with whatever I was currently reading on my own.
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