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According to many historians, works published by Wells and his contemporary Jules Verne today represent starting point of the modern age of science fiction. As a dystopian writer, Wells influenced future generations of writer by his innovative novels “The Time Machine”, “When The Sleeper Wakes” and others.
Although critical acclaim of her works came after her death, two of her dystopian novels “The Fountainhead” and “Atlas Shrugged” published in the mid-20th century received much fame during the recent years. During her life, she became the proposer of her philosophy of Objectivism, in which he advocated that reason must take precedence over faith and religion.
This famous English writer earned his place in the history of literature with his 1932 dystopian novel “Brave New World”. In addition to this timeless work of art, Huxley will remain remembered for his work in the fields of parapsychology, philosophical mysticism and visual communication.
This celebrated English author will forever be remembered for his long successful career, and most notably for his two dystopian political satires “Nineteen Eighty-Four” and “Animal Farm”. These two important pieces of literature masterfully explore the concepts of government control, censorship, class distinctions and humanity.