where hypotheses come to die (madman101) wrote,
where hypotheses come to die
madman101

The Barking Shins - aka: "Los Para Noias" - yeah yeah yeah!

xThe Last Man - by Mary Shelley 1826 (Fiction)
American Notes for General Circulation - by Charles Dickens 1842 (Travelogue)
Resistance to Civil Government by Henry David Thoreau 1849 (Essey)
Walden - by Henry David Thoreau 1854 (Travelogue)
Paris in the 20th Century - by Jules Verne (1863) 1994
Looking Backward - by Edward Bellamy 1888 (Fiction)
The Time Machine - by H. G. Wells 1895 (Fiction)
"The Parable of the Water-Tank" in Equality - by Edward Bellamy 1897 (Fiction)
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz - by L. Frank Baum 1900 - See also: Political interpretations of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
Jane Addams
The Jungle - by Upton Sinclair 1906 (Fiction)
The War Prayer - by Mark Twain 1917 posthumous (Story Poem)
The Profits of Religion (In the Dead Hand series) - by Upton Sinclair 1917 (Essey)
Main Street - by Sinclair Lewis 1920 (Fiction)
Poor White - by Sherwood Anderson 1920 (Fiction)
An Autobiography of My Experiments with Truth - by Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi 1925/29 (Autobiography)
Elmer Gantry - by Sinclair Lewis 1927 (Fiction)
All Quiet on the Western Front - by Erich Maria Remarque 1929 (Fiction)
Brave New World - by Aldous Huxley 1932 (Fiction) & (Island) 1962
It Can't Happen Here - by Sinclair Lewis 1935 (Fiction)
Swastika Night - by Katharine Burdekin 1937
The Grapes of Wrath - by John Steinbeck 1939 (Fiction)
Escape from Freedom - by Erich Fromm 1941 (Political/Psychology)
Animal Farm - by George Orwell 1945 (Fiction)
Ape and Essence - by Aldous Huxley 1948 (Fiction)
Nineteen Eighty-Four - by George Orwell 1949 (Fiction)
Player Piano - by Kurt Vonnegut 1952 (Fiction)
Invisible Man - by Ralph Ellison 1953 (Fiction)
Fahrenheit 451 - by Ray Bradbury 1953 (Fiction)
The Crucible - by Arthur Miller 1953 (Play)
The Art of Loving - by Erich Fromm 1956 (Psychology)
Beat Generation
A Canticle for Leibowitz - by Walter M. Miller, Jr. 1960 (Fiction)
Catch-22 - by Joseph Heller 1961 (Fiction)
Mother Night - by Kurt Vonnegut 1961 (Fiction)
A Clockwork Orange - by Anthony Burgess 1962 (Fiction)
Setting Free the Bears - by John Irving 1968 (Fiction)
A Confederacy of Dunces - by John Kennedy Toole (1968) 1980 (Fiction)
Slaughterhouse-Five; or, The Children's Crusade - by Kurt Vonnegut 1969 (Fiction)
Gravity's Rainbow - by Thomas Pynchon 1973 (Fiction)
Crash - by J. G. Ballard 1973 (Fiction)
Ecotopia (1975) and Ecotopia Emerging (1981) - by Ernest Callenbach (Fiction)
A People's History of the United States - by Howard Zinn 1980
Mockingbird - by Walter Tevis 1980 (Fiction)
The Bachman Books - by Stephen King 1985 (Fiction)
The Handmaid's Tale - by Margaret Atwood 1985
Beloved - by Toni Morrison 1987 (Fiction)
In the Country of Last Things - by Paul Auster 1987 (Fiction)
Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media - by Noam Chomsky 1988, 2002
Infinite Jest - by David Foster Wallace 1996
Underworld - by Don DeLillo 1997 (Fiction)
Battle Royale - by Koushun Takami 1999 (Fiction)
Fast Food Nation - by Eric Schlosser 2001
Empire Falls - by Richard Russo 2001 (Fiction)
Jennifer Government - by Max Barry 2003 (Fiction)
Voices of a People's History of the United States - by Howard Zinn 2004
The Bar Code Tattoo - by Suzanne Weyn 2004 (Fiction) & Bar Code Rebellion (2006)
The Traveler - by John Twelve Hawks 2005 (Fiction)
Failed States: The Abuse of Power and the Assault on Democracy - by Noam Chomsky 2006
The Road - by Cormac McCarthy 2006 (Fiction)
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PROJECT GUTENBURG

Sunk in your own thoughts, you may be only peripherally aware of what's going on around you. In fact, you may be so preoccupied that you bump into a table or bark your shin on a curb. Pull yourself out of dreamland when you get behind the wheel of the car, however. Inspired creative ideas may churn up from your subconscious. Don't dismiss them without examining all the angles.

When the last living thing
Has died on account of us,
How poetical it would be
If Earth could say,
In a voice floating up
Perhaps
From the floor
Of the Grand Canyon,
"It is done.
People did not like it here."
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