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10 Best Dystopian Novels in Translation

"Dystopian novels are seeing a massive resurgence in popularity right now, due to the state of the political world we find ourselves living in.
Novels written in the World War 2 era and during the Cold War have found relevance now more than ever before.
We're all digging out our old copies of Nineteen Eighty-Four and The Handmaid's Tale, and finding ourselves struck by how they seem more like ordinary life than dystopian fiction.
But the breadth of dystopian fiction goes way beyond Orwell, Huxley, Atwood, and Bradbury. There are authors from all across the globe (most notably East Asia) crafting their own takes on the dystopian novel."
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Tender Is the Flesh (Agustina Bazterrica)
Tender Is the Flesh (Agustina Bazterrica)
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We (Yevgeny Zamyatin)
We (Yevgeny Zamyatin)
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The Memory Police (Yōko Ogawa)
The Memory Police (Yōko Ogawa)
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City of Ash and Red (Hye Young-Pyun)
City of Ash and Red (Hye Young-Pyun)
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The Day the Sun Died (Yan Lianke)
The Day the Sun Died (Yan Lianke)
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The Last Children of Tokyo (Yoko Tawada)
The Last Children of Tokyo (Yoko Tawada)
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The President's Room (Ricardo Romero)
The President's Room (Ricardo Romero)
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Palestine 100: Stories From a Century After the Nakba (Basma Ghalayini)
Palestine 100: Stories From a Century After the Nakba (Basma Ghalayini)
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Dark Constellations (Pola Oloixarac)
Dark Constellations (Pola Oloixarac)
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Dorohedoro (Kyu Hayashida)
Dorohedoro (Kyu Hayashida)
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