They have taken advantage of your fear, heightened it, and then exploited it. But to admit that we’ve been fooled is to admit we’re wrong.
By Aral Bereux Publishing in a world today, where the market is saturated by wannabes and talent, is […]
Atwood’s admonitions against turning writers into propagandists offer a refreshing perspective on today’s literary culture.
(Written 28th May, 2018, Aral Bereux. Published 2020.) Mandatory childhood immunisation continually sparks debate in both developing and […]
When will you become human again, that is the question.
George Orwell’s 1984. It’s the internationally acclaimed dystopian bestseller that some say depicts a prophetic view and a […]
By Bryan Caplan Decades before the socialists gained power, Eugene Richter saw the writing on the wall. n […]
French philosopher Jean Jacques Rousseau’s famous opening quote “Man is born free; and everywhere he is in chains” […]
1984, the brilliant piece about communism has turned on itself in real life. It is no longer a popular piece of entertainment but a functional handbook.
Why Dystopian? It’s a question I’m inevitably asked when discussing my books and essays. My short answer is: […]
Pandas are cute. Toddlers eating the mud delicacy they have spent hours making in the backyard – cute. […]
The French Revolution was a time of great reform from monarchy to republic. Liberty, equality and freedom were […]