Totalitarian Dystopian Novels To Read

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Dystopian Novels and the Totalitarian Philosophy

Debatably, George Orwell became widely known as the man who started the dystopian culture in literature, as he discusses depictions of a totalitarian government in his notable literary works, such as “Animal Farm” in 1945 and “Nineteen Eighty-Four” in 1949.

Although Aldous Huxley came in first with his “Brave New World” in 1932 that also touches a bit of totalitarianism, Orwell clearly illustrated and mentioned a world of dystopia due to autocracy or despotism.

In the contemporary world, “The Hunger Games” book series of Suzanne Collins is a real, perfect example of a good read totalitarian dystopian novel that will always get mentioned in this category.

While I’m at it, I’ve decided to share with you a smattering number of books that I’ve loved with totalitarian dystopian themes, apart from the ones I mentioned earlier.

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  1. Delirium
  2. Shatter Me
  3. The Long Walk
  4. We
  5. Vox
  6. Anthem
  7. VanWest The Past
  8. Shades of Grey
  9. The Dispossessed
  10. This Perfect day
  11. The Man in the High Castle
  12. The V Girl: A Coming Of Age Story

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I am Max Atlas; my only mission is to raise awareness of Dystopian fiction and share in a collective awakening. Together we will explore not only the best Dystopian Novels ever written but also new and upcoming Authors, giving future greats a platform to share their Dystopian Worlds.