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Catharine's College, , p. Nolan, E. Owen, D. Pickens, Rupert T. Pickford, Cedric E. Thus, abnormal operations of the city of the future in The World such as it will be of Emile Souvestre, in , in the State Unique in Us of Evgueni Zamiatine, written in , the dystopia evolves by taking the form of the account of science fiction, and in particular that of anticipation.

We will see, in particular, how the Utopia takes seat in works of Jules Verne and H. Zamiatine, very inspired by Wells, is the first great writer of the 20th century to be made use of the dystopia to describe the attributes of the totalitarian society. Thus, if our step consists, initially, to appoint the authors and texts which took part in the emergence of the dystopia, our analysis will primarily carry on Us and three other Romance founders of the dystopia at the 20th century: Brave New World of Aldous Huxley, published into , of George Orwell, published in and Fahrenheit of Ray Bradbury, published in We will study the totalitarian phenomenon according to interpretations that make our authors of them.

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It will be thus a question of the collectivization of the individual, the propaganda or the role of science in the organization of the totalitarian society. But it will also be a question of showing how our dystopies illustrates the combat of art against the totalitarian entropy, and the engagement of their authors in a true political discourse.


Lastly, it appears essential to describe what perhaps appears as the most effective form of the representation of the dystopia: the science fiction film. We will see why the novel dystopic sorrow more and more support the comparison face to the immediacy of the language of the moving image. Because they both spent time with the French philosopher Henri Lefebvre, we have been able to consider that Georges Perec and Guy Debord shared several themes and directions: modern alienation, wandering, games, literary strategies to subvert the common discursive space.

Both rebels towards the dominant rules of literature, these two writers wanted to define the bases of a new ethical mode of textual transformations, questioning the idea of compromise in favor of the major cultural models. Each in their own way, sedition for Guy Debord, scheme for Georges Perec they played with common rules, drawing examples from literary avant-guards of the century to try and invent a resolute art of writing.