Dystopian Literature 21st Century – 2010 -2020

Dystopian Literature Review

21st Century Dystopia Literature 2010 – 2020

Dystopian Literature 21st Century – 2010 -2020 with Iphones, widescreen TV’s and consumerism Dystopia writers have had a decade of quality material. There has been a huge increase in published books due to self-publishing by some amazing authors. 2019 to 2020 is when I will be publishing my materials that have been in the works for over 10 years, and I am super excited. There has been no shortage of inspiration, as the British fights for their independence, mass migrations around the globe and global warming causing division. Dystopian Storytellers have never had so much material, however they are also seeing some of the worst fears coming true. Free speech trampled on, pressure groups formed and whoever shouts the loudest wins and cultural shifts on scales never before seen in the Western World. Time is upon us to keep telling stories keep warning people and hopefully, enough individuals will wake up and understand the importance of their roles in making humanity a better place, respect, freedom and individual rights. Here is a comprehensive list of Dystopian Novels released between 2010 and 2020.

Book Title: The Envy Chronicles

Author:   Joss Ware  

Published: September 1st 2000

Publisher:  Harper-Collins

Language: English

Pages: 357

Good reads rating:  3.60/5

About: This series is consisting on dystopian. The consequence of the overwhelming occasions was earth moved on its hub and devastation of the majority of the populace. The arrangement happens fifty years after what known as The Change and spins around a gathering of men who time travel through a collapse Sedona to this evolving world.

Book Title: The Passage

Author:  Justin Cronin   

Published: June 8, 2010

Publisher: Ballantine Books

Language: English

Pages: 766

Good reads rating:  4.04/5

About: It is the principal novel of a finished set of three; the second book The Twelve was discharged in 2012, and the third book The City of Mirrors discharged in 2016. The epic and its continuations were to be adjusted into a film set of three; nevertheless, they were formed into a Fox TV arrangement.

Book Title: Rondo

Author: John Maher 

Published: 2010

Publisher:  Pilgrim Press 

Language: English

Pages: 199

Good reads rating:  5.00/5

About: The story opens with Josef Divonne conferring in Rondo, on the shores of the Dead Delta of the Danube, having flown in from Lower Europe. Josef accepts he is driven by philosophy, be that as it may, truth be told, it is the secret of his mom egg and his legend father’s record in the Purifications of Africa and the Italies, which is extremely behind his vulnerability.

Book Title: Super Sad True Love Story

Author:  Gary Shteyngart

Published: 27 July 2010

Publisher: Random House

Language: English

Pages: 311

Good reads rating:  3.45/5

About: The child of a Russian foreigner, hero Leonard (Lenny) Abramov, a moderately aged, white-collar class, a generally unremarkable man whose psyche is still in the previous century, falls frantically enamored with Eunice Park, a youthful Korean-American battling with realism and the weights of her conventional Korean family.

Book Title: Ready Player One

Author:  Ernest Cline

Published: August 16, 2011

Publisher: Random House

Language: English

Pages: 385

Good reads rating:  4.28/5

About: A book recording discharged that day; Will Wheaton, who was referenced quickly in one of the parts, described it. He meets Art3mis, a well-known female Gunter and blogger who has been investigating the spot and advances more remote than she does when he crushes the AI Acererak at the computer game Joust.

Book Title: Shimoneta

Author:  Hirotaka Akagi

Published:  July 2012

Publisher: Shogakukan

Language: Japanese

Pages: 11 episodes

Good reads rating: 00/5

About: In a dystopian future, the Japanese government is getting serious about any apparent shameless action from utilizing ribald language to disseminating prurient materials in the nation. The point where all residents are compelled to wear innovative gadgets called Peace Makers (PM) consistently that examine each verbally expressed word and hand movements for any activity that could violate the law.

Book Title: Bleeding Edge

Author:  Thomas Pynchon

Published: 2013

Publisher: Penguin Press

Language: English

Pages: 477

Good reads rating: 3.57/5

About: The novel is an investigator story, with its significant subjects being the September 11 assaults in New York City and the change of the world by the Internet. Baffling government, substantial Nicholas Windust puts weight on Maxine, requesting that she siphon her Israeli brother by marriage for data for Mossad hacking strategies.

Book Title: The Bone Season

Author:  Samantha Shannon

Published: 20 August 2013

Publisher: Bloomsbury (UK, USA)

Language: English

Pages: 480

Good reads rating: 3.77/5

About: The novel has distributed on 20 August 2013 by Bloomsbury Publishing and is the first of a seven-book arrangement. Film rights to Bone Season have offered to Andy Serkis’ Studios. The Bone Season additionally named the primary book in NBC’s Today show’s month-to-month book club.

Book Title: The Circle

Author:  Dave Eggers

Published: October 8, 2013

Publisher: Knopf

Language: English

Pages: 504

Good reads rating:  3.43/5

About: The novel depicts tech specialist “Mae Holland” as she joins an amazing Internet organization. She at first compensating knowledge turns darker. Annie is one of the forty most compelling individuals in the organization. Mae begins in Customer Experience (CE), the company’s client administration office, yet rapidly climbs the organization stepping stool.

Book Title: MaddAddam

Author:  Margaret Atwood

Published: 27 August 2013

Publisher: McClelland& Stewart (Canada) Bloomsbury Publishing (UK)

Language: English

Pages: 416

Good reads rating:  4.00/5

About: The tale proceeds with the narrative of a portion of similar characters in the wake of the equivalent natural calamity portrayed in Atwood’s previous books in the set of three. The account begins with Ren and Toby protecting another survivor (Amanda Payne) from two culprits, who had already genuinely solidified by a colosseum-style game called Paintball.

Book Title: The Office of Mercy

Author:  Ariel Djanikian

Published: February 21, 2013

Publisher: Penguin Books

Language: English

Pages: 320

Good reads rating:  3.19/5

About: The Office of Mercy is a 2013 tragic sci-fi novel composed by Ariel Djanikian. Natasha Wiley works in America-Five’s Department of Mercy, where she tracks tribespeople over the ground for eradication or “Mercy”. A dystopian America is left inhabited by the individuals who possess sincerely controlled cutting edge underground settlements.

Book Title: Silo 

Author:  Hugh Howey

Published:

Publisher: Booktrack,  Kindle Direct Publishing

Language: English

Pages: 509

Good reads rating:  4.24/5

About: Howey started requesting worldwide rights in 2012 and has since marked an arrangement for emotional rights in Brazil. Film rights to the arrangement were offered to twentieth Century Fox; Lions gate additionally communicated intrigue. Humankind sticks to survival in the Silo, an underground city expanding one hundred forty-four stories underneath the surface.

Book Title: Archetype

Author:  M.D. Waters

Published: February 6th 2014

Publisher: Plume

Language: English

Pages: 372

Good reads rating:  3.79/5

About: The inceptions of the original theory date as far back as Plato. Plato’s thoughts or the purported Platonic eidos were unadulterated mental structures that were engraved in the spirit before it was naturally introduced to the world. A few rationalists additionally decipher the prime example as “pith” to keep away from perplexity regarding Plato’s conceptualization of Forms.

Book Title: Dominion

Author:  C. J. Sansom

Published: 25 October 2012

Publisher: Macmillan

Language: English

Pages: 608

Good reads rating:  3.81/5

About: The purpose of difference from real history is that Lord Halifax, instead of Winston Churchill, succeeded Neville Chamberlain as Prime Minister in May 1940. Powell’s portrayal, specifically, was hazardous: Journalist Peter Hitchens considered it a “childlike, generally uneducated slur” and approached Sansom to apologize to Powell’s family.

Book Title: Submission

Author:  Michel Houellebecq

Published: 7 January 2015

Publisher: Flammarion (France)

Language: French

Pages: 320

Good reads rating:  3.64/5

About: The tale envisions a circumstance where a Muslim gathering maintaining Islamist and male-centric qualities can win the 2022 presidential decision in France with the help of the Socialist Party. The book drew an uncommon measure of consideration because, unintentionally, it discharged upon the arrival of the Charlie Hebdoshooting.

Book Title: The Heart Goes Last

Author:  Margaret Atwood

Published: September 24th 2015

Publisher: McClelland & Stewart

Language: English

Pages: 320

Good reads rating: 3.37/5

About: The novel is set in the equivalent not so distant future oppressed world as the dimly funny Byliner sequential Positron, which was discharged on the web. All they need to do as a byproduct of rural heaven is surrender their opportunity consistently month – swapping their home for a jail cell. From the start, everything is great.

Book Title: Friday Black

Author:  Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah

Published: October 23, 2018

Publisher: Mariner Books

Language: English

Pages: 208

Good reads rating:  4.12/5

About: As the New York Times watched, these stories occur in “mundane settings, for example, shopping centers, medical clinics or local locations, yet which are rendered “new by including a dreamlike, muddling turn,” and utilized in the investigation of contemporary issues, for example, premature birth, bigotry, corporate greed, and patterned brutality.

Book Title: Above the Ether

Author:  Eric Barnes

Published: June 4th 2019 

Publisher: Arcade Publishing

Language: English

Pages: 240

Good reads rating:  3.61/5

About: Barnes has written the novel Above the Ether Booklist said of the novel, “Barnes’ extra and chilling exposition streams starting with one awful scene then onto the next without, shockingly, estranging his perusers, maybe in light of the fact that the core of his story, at last, uncovers a withstanding confidence in the intensity of human empathy. 

Book Title: Above the Ether

Author:  Eric Barnes

Published: June 2019

Publisher: Arcade Publishing,

Language: English

Pages: 240

Good reads rating:  3.61/5

About: The universe of Eric Barnes’ epic Above the Ether endures decimation of Biblical extents. Flood, fire, disease, starvation the moving calamities have an Old Testament tenor and extension. Eric Barnes gives us a perishing neighborhood of untouchables who spare the world that has thrown them out.

Book Title: Tears of the Trufflepig

Author:  Fernando A. Flores

Published: May 14th 2019

Publisher: MCD Books

Language: English

Pages: 336 

Good reads rating:  4.04/5        

About: The epic is set in a future where ordinary, cultivated nourishment is rare and the rich get by with “sifted” creatures and plants, made misleadingly. Flores shuns the utilization of a PC during composing, liking to utilize an Olivetti Lettera 32, and utilized them to make Tears out of the Truffle pig.

Young adult fiction

Book Title: Matched

Author:  Ally Condie

Published: November 30, 2010

Publisher: Dutton Juvenile

Language: English

Pages: 366

Good reads rating: 3.67/5         

About: The novel is a dystopian youthful grown-up novel about a firmly controlled society in which youngsters are “coordinated” with their life accomplices at 17 years old. As Cassia endeavors to make sense of the wellspring of the disaster, she ends up tangled about whether her Match is proper for her – and whether the Society is all that it is by all accounts.

Book Title: Mockingjay

Author:  Suzanne Collins

Published: August 24, 2010

Publisher: Scholastic

Language: English

Pages: 390

Good reads rating: 4.03/5         

About: Mockingjay is a 2010 sci-fi novel by American creator Suzanne Collins. After the occasions of Catching Fire, Katniss Everdeen, her mom, her sister Prim, her tutor Hay Mitch Abernathy, and her companions Finnick Odair and Gale Hawthorne, alongside the survivors from District 12, change by life in the underground District 13, central command of the defiance in Panem.

Book Title: Monsters of Men 

Author:  Patrick Ness

Published: 3 May 2010

Publisher: Walker Books, Candlewick Press (US)

Language: English

Pages: 602

Good reads rating: 4.25/5         

About: It is the third book of the Chaos Walking set of three introduced two years sooner by The Knife of Never Letting Go. A multitude of Spackle, the indigenous populace of the planet, walk-on New Prentiss town from one bearing, and the powers of the Answer from the other. In any case, the Mayor’s military figures out how to drive the Spackle armed force again into the timberland.

Book Title: The Scorch Trials

Author:  James Dashner

Published: 18 September 2010

Publisher: Delacorte Press

Language: English

Pages: 361

Good reads rating: 3.92/5         

About: The book begins with Thomas resting in the residence with different youngsters known as the Gladers, who had gotten away from the Maze in the past book where they had brought by a gathering of rescuers. Thomas and the others escape into the office’s regular zone and find that their rescuers are dead.

Book Title: Across the Universe 

Author:  Beth Revis

Published: January 11th 2011

Publisher: Razorbill (Penguin)

Language: English

Pages: 399

Good reads rating: 3.77/5         

About: Across the Universe, does American writer Beth Revis write a set of three of youthful grown-up sci-fi books? Many years later on, the spaceship Godspeed goes toward a removed, Earth-like planet with 100 cryogenically solidified pioneers ready. They should hustle before the killer kills any more individuals and before the time comes up short on life.

Book Title: Crossed 

Author:  Allyson Braithwaite Condie

Published: November 1, 2011

Publisher: Dutton Juvenile

Language: English

Pages: 367

Good reads rating: 3.52/5         

About: Basic gathering to Crossed was blended to positive, with the Tampa Bay Times commending the book’s “psychological secret and enthusiastic angles”. The books came to as high as Number 2 on the New York Times blockbuster list for youngsters’ part books, which incorporates youthful grown-up books.

 Book Title: The Death Cure

Author:  James Dashner

Published: 2011

Publisher: Delacorte Press

Language: English

Pages: 325

Good reads rating: 3.77/5         

About: The Death Cure is a 2011 youthful grown-up tragic sci-fi novel composed by American author James Dashner. Janson tells the Gladers and Group B that the majority of their number is safe to the Flare while some are not, perusing out names of individuals who are not invulnerable to the Flare. Thomas is crushed to hear that his companion Newt isn’t safe.

Book Title: Delirium

Author:  Lauren Oliver

Published: January 1, 2011

Publisher: HarperCollins

Language: English

Pages: 480

Good reads rating: 3.98/5         

About: The story is set in Portland, Maine, in the year 2091. Human progress is amassed in those urban communities, which got away from the extreme bombings of decades past. Travel between urban communities is exceedingly confined. The extremist government encourages that adoration is a sickness, named Amor deliria Nervosa, regularly alluded to as “the deliria”.

Book Title: Divergent

Author:  Veronica Roth

Published: April 26, 2011

Publisher: Katherine Tegen Books

Language: English

Pages: 487

Good reads rating: 4.21/5         

About: The novel has contrasted with other youthful grown-up books, for example, The Hunger Games and The Maze Runner in light of its comparative subjects and target group of spectators. Specifically, the novel investigates the subjects normal to youthful grown-up fiction, for example, grown-up power, and the change from adolescence to development.

Book Title: Legend

Author:  Marie Lu

Published:  November 29, 2011

Publisher: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, Penguin Books

Language: English

Pages: 305

Good reads rating: 4.18/5         

About: Legend is set in a future overflowed, strengthened Los Angeles, administered by the extremist Republic. The epic revolves around Day and June, two 15-year-olds on inverse sides of the financial range. His family trusts him dead, aside from his more established sibling John.

Book Title: Shatter Me 

Author: Tahereh Mafi

Published: November 15, 2011

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers

Language: English

Pages: 338

Good reads rating: 3.98/5         

About: The book describes by Juliette, a 17-year-old young woman with a deadly touch and is bizarre in that it contains entries and lines that cross out. The book begins with Juliette in a haven because of the way that she killed a little kid three years earlier. It is obvious that Juliette is mostly crazy, both from disconnection and at repulsiveness at herself; she likewise dreams of a fowl.

Book Title: The Unwanteds

Author:  Lisa McMann

Published: August 30, 2011

Publisher: Aladdin

Language: English

Pages: 390

Good reads rating: 4.10/5         

About: The Unwanted is a dream book composed by Lisa McMann and distributed by Aladdin in 2011. Whenever Alex and the different Unwanted are dropped off at The Great Lake of Boiling Oil, in any case, they are stunned to end up invited into the mystical place that is known for Artimè, made, covered up, and driven by a mage called Mr. Today.

Book Title: Wither

Author:  Lauren DeStefano

Published: March 22, 2011

Publisher: Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing

Language: English

Pages: 368

Good reads rating: 3.81/5         

About: Wither depicts future where hereditary designing has restored humankind all things considered and deserts. Individuals worldwide have predestined considering youngsters normally for this new science. Life in the Ashby estate is truly agreeable. Cecily grasps it while the Rhine always considers approaches to get away.

Book Title: Article 5

Author:  Kristen Simmons

Published: January 2012

Publisher: Tor Teen

Language: English

Pages: 364

Good reads rating: 3.77/5         

About: War has torn through the United States, prompting the foundation of the Federal Bureau of Reformation and a re-composing of the Bill of Rights, leaving the Moral Statues. There Ember endeavours and neglects to get away; possibly succeeding when her old love intrigue, Chase intercedes and flees with her to Virginia.

Book Title: Insurgent

Author:  Veronica Roth

Published: May 1, 2012

Publisher: Katherine Tegen Books

Language: English

Pages: 525

Good reads rating: 4.05/5         

About: Tris catches Marcus and Amity pioneer Johanna Reyes examine the way that the Abnegation heads kicked the bucket to ensure mystery data. Educated and the Dauntless double-crossers touch base to capture the Divergent, yet Tris escapes with Four, Caleb, and Susan Black on a train to the functionless division. There, they meet Tobias’ mom, Evelyn Johnson-Eaton.

Book Title: The Selection

Author:  Kiera Cass

Published: April 14, 2012

Publisher: HarperCollins

Language: English

Pages: 328

Good reads rating:   4.14/5       

About: In a dystopian fantasy world where society is partitioned into positions, with Ones as the most prosperous, comprising of royals and elites, and Eights who are for the most part vagrants, medicate clients, crippled, and unemployable. America is a Five, the “craftsman” standing. Since their flourishing relies upon their attractive quality, Fives carry on with a lower-class life.

Book Title: Reached

Author:  Allyson Braithwaite Condie

Published: November 13, 2012

Publisher: Dutton Juvenile

Language: English

Pages: 512

Good reads rating:   3.56/5       

About: The tale is told from the perspectives of Cassia, KY, and Xander, a point that Condie demanded. Cassia should work inside the Society, while KY is relegated to work outside the outskirts. Very soon, the story moves as the shroud being lifted from the tragic world as Cassia finds inventiveness.

Book Title: Save the Pearls: Revealing Eden 

Author:  Victoria Foyt

Published: January 10, 2012

Publisher: Sand Dollar Press Inc

Language: English

Pages: 320

Good reads rating:   2.00/5       

About: The book tracks Eden, a youthful white female who has brought up in a whole-world destroying condition. A sun-powered burst has crushed almost all life on earth, compelling everybody to live underground to maintain a strategic distance from “the Heat,” the world’s name for skin malignancy. The underground society depends on a racial framework where the darker your skin normally is, the almost certain your pace of survival is.

Book Title: Under the Never Sky 

Author:  Veronica Rossi

Published: January 30, 2012

Publisher: Atom

Language: English

Pages: 374

Good reads rating:   4.00/5       

About: Under the Never, Sky pursues the character of Aria; a 17-year-old young woman who has ousted from Reverie, the domed city in a tragic future 300 years after a noteworthy calamity has pulverized the Earth. Aria was ousted from her home when she is accused of beginning a flame that ended the lives of her closest companion and two others.

Book Title: The 5th Wave

Author:  Rick Yancey

Published: May 7, 2013

Publisher: G. P. Putnam’s Sons

Language: English

Pages: 457

Good reads rating:   4.07/5       

About: The novel is the first in the fifth Wave set of three, trailed by The Infinite Sea. The story pursues 16-year-old Cassie Sullivan as she attempts to make due in a world crushed by the influxes of outsider intrusions that have destroyed the Earth’s populace. Sony Pictures discharged a film adjustment in January 2016.

Book Title: Allegiant 

Author:  Veronica Roth

Published: October 22, 2013

Publisher: HarperCollins and Katherine Tegen Books

Language: English

Pages: 526

Good reads rating:   3.63/5       

About: This expels the risk of anybody practicing free will and re-undermining the populace’s security through war or another human-made disaster. The groups are Abnegation to maintain benevolence, Amity to maintain tranquility, Candor to maintain genuineness, Dauntless to maintain valiance, and Erudite, to maintain information.

Book Title: Champion

Author:  Marie Lu

Published: November 5, 2013

Publisher: G. P. Putnam’s Sons

Language: English

Pages: 369

Good reads rating:   4.36/5       

About: Champion are a dystopian youthful grown-up novel and the third and last book in the Legend set of three? After the occasions of Prodigy, Daniel “Day” Altan Wing presently lives as a free resident in San Francisco with his more youthful sibling, Eden Bataar. As a general rule, Anden needs Day to hand over Eden as a major aspect of the Republic’s quest for a remedy for their infection, unleashing ruin upon the Colonies, making the last give a final proposal for the fix, in case they and Africa will attack the Republic.

Book Title: Prodigy

Author:  Marie Lu

Published: January 29, 2013

Publisher: G. P. Putnam’s Sons

Language: English

Pages: 374

Good reads rating:   4.36/5       

About: Wonder is a tragic youthful grown-up novel composed by American creator Marie Lu. It is the second book of a set of three, gone before by Legend and pursued by Champion. To execute the assignment, June will require a group of people with Anden at Denver to misrepresent the time, spot of the death, and persuade him to look for “security” at the genuine spot of death.

Book Title: The Infinite Sea 

Author:  Rick Yancey

Published: September 16, 2014

Publisher: G. P. Putnam’s Sons

Language: English

Pages: 300

Good reads rating:   3.90/5       

About: The Infinite Sea is a youthful grown-up sci-fi novel. The tale is the second in the fifth Wave set of three, gone before by the fifth Wave and pursued by The Last Star. Teacup, whom she had developed near, sneaks up on Ringer who shoots her, having confused Teacup with a Silencer.

Book Title: The Last Human

Author:  Ink Pieper

Published: 2014

Publisher:  Penguin

Language: English

Pages: 310

Good reads rating:   3.00/5       

About: The Last Human is a tragic novel. The story shows an exceedingly sensible perspective on the not so distant future and is told in a manner where it feels like you know the storyteller on an individual level. The book manages philosophical ideas, principally those of opportunity, compassion, ethical quality, and power.

Book Title: Red Rising

Author:  Pierce Brown

Published: January 28, 2014

Publisher: Del Rey Books (US)

Language: English

Pages: 382

Good reads rating:   4.27/5       

About: The tale, set on a future planet Mars, pursues lowborn digger Darrow as he invades the positions of the tip-top Golds. The incredible decision class of people has introduced an unbending, shading based social pecking order where the physically unrivalled Golds at the top principle with an iron clench hand. Sixteen-year-old Darrow is a Red, a class of labourers who drudge underneath the outside of Mars mining helium-3 to terraforming the planet and make it tenable.

Book Title: Golden Son

Author:  Pierce Brown

Published: January 6, 2015

Publisher: Del Rey Books (US)

Language: English

Pages: 464

Good reads rating:   4.45/5       

About: It is a science fiction book. During his last test of the year at the Academy, Darrow goes head to head against Cassius’ more established sibling, Karnus as Bellona, in an epic space fight. Darrow pulls a strategic move however thinks little of Karnus and loses, bringing about several losses.

Book Title: Morning Star

Author:  Pierce Brown

Published: February 9, 2016

Publisher: Del Rey Books (US)

Language: English

Pages: 518

Good reads rating:   4.49/5       

About: Morning Star gets as the lowborn Darrow departures catch and continues his battle against the overbearing Sovereign of the Society. Practical as ever, he gathers the assets and partners he needs to vanquish the powers of the Sovereign. Darrow finds that Victra as Julii is as yet alive and liberates her too.

Book Title: The Last Star 

Author:  Rick Yancey

Published: May 24, 2016

Publisher: G. P. Putnam’s Sons

Language: English

Pages: 338

Good reads rating:   3.63/5       

About: The Last Star is a youthful grown-up sci-fi novel composed by American creator Rick Yancey. The story opens with a flashback of Cassie Sullivan’s father when he was a child on a school field excursion to a planetarium. Astounded by a starry exhibition the heads showed, he chooses without even a moment’s pause to name a future little girl after Cassiopeia.

Book Title: Iron Gold

Author:  Pierce Brown

Published: January 16, 2018

Publisher: Del Rey Books (US)

Language: English

Pages: 596

Good reads rating:   4.23/5       

About: Iron Gold is a 2018 sci-fi novel by American creator Pierce Brown. At the point when the Senate gains from Darrow’s adversary, Julia as Bellona, that he dismissed a suggestion of harmony from the Ash Lord, they issue a warrant for Darrow’s capture. Darrow, realizing that the potential détente is a ploy by the Ash Lord that will never happen as intended, escapes with his nearest partners on a risky mission to kill Magnus.

List of all Dystopian Novels Ever by Ralph K Jones:

Dystopian Literature of the 19th Century

Dystopian Literature 20th Century – 1900 -1910

Dystopian Literature 20th Century 1910 – 1920

Dystopian Literature 20th Century – 1920 -1930

Dystopian Literature 20th Century – 1930 -1940

Dystopian Literature 20th Century – 1940 -1950

Dystopian Literature 20th Century – 1950 -1960

20th Century Dystopia Literature 1960 – 1970

20th Century Dystopia Literature 1970 – 1980

20th Century Dystopia Literature 1980 – 1990

Dystopian Literature 20th Century – 1990 -2000

21st Century Dystopia Literature 2000 – 2010

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