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Erin Davies
University of Warwick
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Dystopian science fiction, while portraying horrific possibilities of existence, often depicts an atmosphere analogous to our own world, conveying a harsh landscape only a few decades into the future. Erin Burns-Davies is a Ph.D. student in the LLL track of the Comparative Studies program at Florida Atlantic University. This paper was presented at the Comparative Studies Association 2008 Conference: Interdisciplinarity and Environmental Sustainability
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