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[BOOKS] ✯ Swastika Night By Katharine Burdekin – Stockpm.pro Published in 1937 twelve years before Orwell's 1984 Swastika Night projects a totally male controlled fascist world that has eliminated women as we know them Women are breeders kept as cattle while mePublished in 1937 twelve years before Orwell's 1984 Swastika Night projects a totally male controlled fascist world that has eliminated women.

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Paperback Ø Swastika Night PDF/EPUB É Katharine Burdekin was a British novelist who wrote speculative fiction dealing with political social and spiritual issues She was the sister of Rowena Cade creator of the Minack Theatre in Cornwall Many of her novels could be categorized as feminist utopiandystopian fiction She also wrote under the name Kay Burdekin and under the pseudonym Murray Constantine Daphne Patai unraveled Murray

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  1. Printable Tire Printable Tire says:

    Paperback Ø Swastika Night PDF/EPUB É swastika pdf, night ebok, Swastika Night PDFSwastika Night envisions a world thousands of years in the future in which the Nazis have joint world dominance with the Japanese and the past before Hitler has been obliterated from collective memory It is a static world in which Hitler is worshiped as a blond blue eyed Viking god that was not born of woman but exploded where Knights rule small feudal societies where the cult of manliness dominates to such an


  2. Adaya Adler Adaya Adler says:

    Paperback Ø Swastika Night PDF/EPUB É swastika pdf, night ebok, Swastika Night PDFSwastika Night – A book reviewI originally picked this book up because a friend of mine said that it was always what she thought of when I described my relationship with my parents And after reading it I can see exactly where she was coming


  3. Brad Brad says:

    Paperback Ø Swastika Night PDF/EPUB É swastika pdf, night ebok, Swastika Night PDFKatherine Budekin wrote her frightening vision of a Nazi future in 1937 at the height of Hitler's power in Germany as a scathing attack on the powerful patriarchies engaged in fascism Her argument however goes far beyond the confines of Nazism and her imaginary Nazi future She is concerned with the history of all of Western Civilization a history driven by gender politics wherein women's voices have been erased from the collective memory almost as completely as her Nazis wiped out the history of previous Empires Budekin who tellingly wrote under the name Murray Constantine achieves much in her story her argument is compelling occasiona


  4. Marquise Marquise says:

    Paperback Ø Swastika Night PDF/EPUB É swastika pdf, night ebok, Swastika Night PDFIf I had to sum this up in one line I'd say this book is a caricature of a parody of the NazisAnd an extremely poorly thought out and plotted one infodumpy to intolerable levels the author shows nothing of the world and uses dialogue between two characters and a third to explain the world and the history and with characterisation that could be at best be described as bipolar because everyone does what the plot needs when it needs it and changes of heart are sudden and unrealistic But the worst flaw is the subpar worldbuilding This alternate history scenario simply lacks logic no it throws logic out the window and runs with a feverish plot that doesn't make sense at all These are in no way shape or form how the ideology of the Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterspartei the Nazi Party was or would've developed into In


  5. Carmilla Voiez Carmilla Voiez says:

    Paperback Ø Swastika Night PDF/EPUB É swastika pdf, night ebok, Swastika Night PDFPossibly the most troubling of the four dystopian books I have read this year at least from a woman's point of view Women are all but completely absent from the story and from the society It is set 720 years after the second world war Germany won and Nazi's now rule all of Europe and Africa The Japanese rule Asia and America although they ar


  6. DeAnna Knippling DeAnna Knippling says:

    Paperback Ø Swastika Night PDF/EPUB É swastika pdf, night ebok, Swastika Night PDFHitler is worshipped as a god and not a single book of history remains to contradict his storyor does it?This was written in 1937 and is as remarkable a bit of prognostication as I have ever read It suffers from excessive explaining through dialogue clunky characters weird ideas about women being fundamentally different than men even once you get past the Handmaid's Tale type elements and general preachiness But yowza what it got right and ouch how much of it feels relevant today Recommended if you like dystopias of a philosophical sort


  7. Dan Keating Dan Keating says:

    Paperback Ø Swastika Night PDF/EPUB É swastika pdf, night ebok, Swastika Night PDFAlong with Brave New World and We Katharine Burdekin's Swastika Night is often hailed a precursor to Orwell's earth shattering work of dystopian fiction 1984 While 1984 is probably a better story for story's sake with deeper well rounded characters it has one weakness it is largely a justification of the idea that a society so twisted when compared with our own might survive Burdekin's Swastika Night is not so much about the survival of a sick society as arguments can be made that all societies are sick and to feel the need to justify the survival of one over the other reveals the author's inability to unroot himself from the society in


  8. Carlex Carlex says:

    Paperback Ø Swastika Night PDF/EPUB É swastika pdf, night ebok, Swastika Night PDFSoon review


  9. Ashleigh a frolic through fiction Ashleigh a frolic through fiction says:

    Paperback Ø Swastika Night PDF/EPUB É swastika pdf, night ebok, Swastika Night PDF Rated 455 stars I'm honestly a little bit blown away by this book It's the first if hitler won the war dystopia and yet reads like something that could very well be published and extremely popular now Just the way the world is imagined brings about so many discussions of racism sexismfeminism religion you name it Now I will say that s


  10. David David says:

    Paperback Ø Swastika Night PDF/EPUB É swastika pdf, night ebok, Swastika Night PDFFrightening So many pederast NazisThe oddest thing is that for much of the time I was thinking The fact that this was written by a woman who might have been a lesbian? makes it OK But for much of its life everyone thought it was written by a man They must have thought he was insaneBitsBut the English had remained just as queer as ever sloppy and casual and yet likeableYou ought to be ashamed of your race Alfred even though your Empire vanished seven hundred years ago It isn't long enough to get rid of that taint


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