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I Will Survive

In a story made dystopian by climate change, it is our future that writes back.

In his essay The Great Derangement, Amitav Ghosh argues that the modern novel celebrates 'bourgeois regularity' to the point of derangement. This is how literature and politics are complicit: both literary and political choices have focused on securing a settlement in the wilderness, a secure, focused narrative. There is a protagonist who narrows down time

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