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“It Can’t Happen Here”: Poster for a 1936 adaptation.

Reading the Classic Novel That Predicted Trump

The protagonist of Sinclair Lewis’s 1935 novel “It Can’t Happen Here” sees something dark brewing in American politics.

Sinclair Lewis’s novel “It Can’t Happen Here” is making a comeback as an analogy for the Age of Trump 


Why ‘1984’ Is a 2017 Must-Read

The dystopia described in George Orwell’s nearly 70-year-old novel “1984” suddenly feels all too familiar. A world in which Big Brother (or maybe the National Security Agency) is always listening in, and high-tech devices can eavesdrop in people’s homes. (Hey, Alexa, what’s up?) A world of endless war, where fear and hate are drummed up against foreigners, and movies show boatloads of refugees dying at sea. A world in which the government insists that reality is not “something objective, external, existing in its own right” — but rather, “whatever the Party holds to be truth is truth.”


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‘It will be called Americanism’: the US writers who imagined a fascist future

From Sinclair Lewis and Philip Roth to Donald Trump’s favourite film, Citizen Kane, US culture has long told stories about homegrown authoritarianism. What can we learn from them

‘It will be called Americanism’: the US writers who imagined a fascist future  


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