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Introduction to Utopian, Dystopian, Ecotopian Literature

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Natasha Brunton

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Transcript of Introduction to Utopian, Dystopian, Ecotopian Literature

Dystopian/Utopian Literature
What will we be reading?
What are my responsibilities as a reader?
Read
Think
Enjoy
Record
Connect
Participate
What else will we be doing?
Writing
Vocabulary
Presentation
Essays
Short STories
quizzes
Writing
Vocabulary
Membean practice
Words provided from the readings
Written 1921, published in English 1924
Published Russian 1988
Authoritarianism/Communism
Published in 1931
Huxley claims that he never read Zamyatin
Capitalism/Consummerism
French student of Aldous Huxley
Wrote a review of Zamyatin's We in 1946
Immediately began writing 1984
Published in 1949 (within months of his eventual death.
Designing your own Utopian Concept
Presenting this idea for the exam
Competing with other class incarnations
Utopian Reader
Genre Foundation
Literary and socio-political history of utopianism
Excerpts ranging from 1400 BCE-modern times
Why not read more modern incarnations?
What other books fit into this genre?
How do I know if it is dystopia?
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