Novel and Film through Dytopian Architecture

   2015 10-7

By Maryann DiEdwardo 

Novel and Film through Dytopian Architecture
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      Applied to an alarmingly unpleasant world, usually of the projected future, dystopian writing is exemplified in Ready Player One (2011) by Ernie Cline. Pathos of the dystopian novel relies on dystopian framed visual context which moves the viewer as dramatic content. Dystopian is important to the meaning of the work. Ready Player One by Cline (2011). Dystopian, the work is an allegory; the novel is also a future movie. Aristotle’s Poetics (free online text) may be a good companion work to interpret “art as imitation

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