Book Review: Absent Rebels (2021)

Book Review: Absent Rebels: Criticism and Network Power in 21st Century Dystopian Fiction, by Annika Gonnermann (Narr Francke Attempto, 2021)

Anna Campbell

University of St. Andrews, Scotland

About the Author

Anna Campbell is a final year Ph.D. researcher in English at the University of St Andrews, Scotland. She completed an MPhil in English Literature at the University of Sydney in 2017. Her research interests include utopian and dystopian literature, politics, gender, and medical humanities.

Published: 2021 – 10 – 26

Issue: Vol 4 (2021): The Day that Coronavirus Stopped the Earth: What Do We Learn about Pandemics in Science Fiction Stories?

Section: Book Reviews

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