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This Russian author is today most remembered for writing his famous dystopian novel “We”. Based on his experiences during the Russian revolutions of 1805 and 1917, this novel provides the great look at the futuristic society that is controlled by the police state, which bears great resemblance to the political order in Russia.
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 award winning author from Canada is known today mostly for her work in the field of feminism. Her most famous dystopian novel is without a doubt 1985’s “The Handmaid's Tale”, in which she vividly described the life of woman in the futuristic totalitarian society.