1 edition of Political fiction found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Candida Ann Lacey.|
|Series||Women"s studies international forum -- vol.9, no.4|
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Political fiction is timely literature that seeks to change some facet of society or that persuasively espouses a particular political viewpoint. Political fiction can truly be powerful: stories have time and again served as a catalyst, a call to action, to inspire people to change their world%(39).
Great books like these are the ones that influence a generation and are some of the best political books ever written. This classic piece by W.E.B. Du Bois is a sociological work concentrating on the experiences of African-Americans in American society.
Du Bois writes several essays about race and ethnicity, often using excerpts from poems and. As a political statement against totalitarianism, Animal Farm is widely considered Orwell’s magnum opus, even surpassing his other masterpiece, Nineteen Eighty in an English barnyard, the novel is written as if it were a children’s story.
Its dystopian themes, however, are purely : Marcus Hawkins. This book is widely considered to be Heinlein’s crowning achievement and one of the most important science fiction novels ever written. The plot centers around a lunar colony’s revolt against rule from Earth, but is packed with politics, questionable behavior, and a fully-imagined future human society that must deal with being on two worlds.
Books in the political fiction genre are made up of stories that provide commentary on political events, systems, and theories through a narrative tone.
The books in this genre often directly criticize an existing society, or present an alternative to an existing society or political structure.
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The characters and symbolism are so representative of modern social views are key pieces of insight in this dystopian novel. The Best in Political Fiction To prepare us for the long election season ahead, librarian Nancy Pearl has compiled a list of reading material for people who are interested in politics, but.The New York Times Best Sellers - Authoritatively ranked lists of books sold in the United States, sorted by format and genre.
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