The Dragon — Yevgeny Zamyatin

A Provincial Tale – 1912
The Dragon – 1918
The Protectress of Sinners – 1918
Two Tales for Grown-up Children
The Church of God – 1922
The Ivans – 1922
The North – 1918
The Cave – 1920
The Healing of the Novice Erasmus – 1920
In Old Russia – 1923
A Story About the Most Important Thing – 1923
The Miracle of Ash Wednesday – 1924
X – 1926
Comrade Churygin Has the Floor – 1926
The Flood – 1929
The Lion – 1935

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We — Yevgeny Zamyatin

This novel directly inspired the following:

Brave New WorldAldous Huxley
Anthem — Ayn Rand
Nineteen Eighty-Four — George Orwell
Player Piano — Kurt Vonnegut
The DispossessedUrsula K. Le Guin

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Stability — Philip K. Dick

My aim is to read all of Philip’s books in order, not all at once, but occasionally when i feel the urge to have my head done in a little bit.   And this, my blog/review readers, is Philip’s very first.

While it’s only a little short story, it quite an entertaining one set in a dystopian future with a time machine screwing with people’s heads.

A great beginning to a great writer’s bibliography.

Available in The Collected Stories: Volume 1.

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