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Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury’s dystopian screed against anti-intellectualism and the sinister influence of popular culture, is an all too appropriate tome for the Age of Trump.
The school of the future.
Are our increasingly interconnected real and online lives a slow march towards totalitarianism or a renewal of democracy? David Eggers’ novel offers one such vision of the near future.
Forget Me Not, an immersive show at Etcetera Theatre, imagines a dystopian world in which all art and creativity is banned. Ana Malinovic is impressed…
“Tom thought how quickly he and his friends had slipped into this; their dreams recorded, tagged and uploaded, the joking that would result. “
“The three children looked identical now, grey skin, steel irises, white hair. Products of Surgically Induced Albinism and marks of their entrance into the Republic’s SIA population.”
“His attitude is more fatalistic, and I get a sense that he believes in some new world in which he, as a believer, will be included.”