20th Century Dystopia Literature 1900 – 1910
Dystopian Literature od the early 20th century, this article looks at Dystopian themed novels released between 1900 and 1910.
Book Title: The First Men in the Moon
Author: H. G. Wells
Publisher: George Newnes (UK), Bowen Merill (US)
Good reads rating: 3.69/5
About: A storyteller is a businessperson named Bedford who pulls back to the farmland to compose a play, by which he would like to lighten his money-related issues. They meander unsteadily until they experience a gathering of six extraterrestrials, which catch them. In their flight, they find that gold is normal on the Moon.
Book Title: The Purple Cloud
Author: M. P. Shiel
Publisher: Chatto and Windus
Good reads rating: 3.51/5
About: The story, a history of a medium’s contemplation over the future composition of the content, subtleties the storyteller, Adam Jeff child, on an exertion toward the North Pole during the twentieth century on board the Boreal. He likewise sees a moving purple cloud, spreading in the far sky.
Book Title: Trylogia Księżycowa
Author: Jerzi ZULAWSKI
Publisher: Fundacja Nowoczesna Polska
Good reads rating: 3.77/5
About: The first volume of the book is an isolated expedition of ground astronauts. Who get deserted and the moon and get a colony. The second volume is to keep an eye on colonists and another traveller from the earth. Two lunar colonists focused in the third volume of this book in the 27th century.
Book Title: The Iron Heel
Author: Jack London
Good reads rating: 3.75/5
About: This novel is fictional. It based on the footnotes, which has written from scholar Anthony Meredith. Meredith writing from around a year. She removed their errors every time. Meredith also describes the term spoiler. How they involved in politics and how they have fallen in love.
Book Title: Lord of the World
Author: Robert Hugh Benson
Publisher: Dodd, Mead and Company
Good reads rating: 4.06/5
About: As indicated by Father Martindale, the steady advancement of Lord of the World can be diagrammed through three of Monsignor Benson’s note pads. Percy Franklin’s consistent dread of capture while completing his religious service in London has enlivened by Mgr. Benson’s examination into the consequence of the English Reformation.
Book Title: The Machine Stops
Author: E. M. Forster
Publisher: Archibald Constable
Good reads rating: 4.07/5
About: This is a short story of sci-fi. The story set in reality, as we know it where humankind lives underground and depends on a monster machine to give its needs, anticipated advancements. The story portrays a world wherein a large portion of the human populace has lost the capacity to live on the outside of the Earth.