Subgenre: Dystopian Science Fiction

Potential Primary Sources: 12 Monkeys (film 1995, TV series 2015), The Hunger Games (book 2008, film 2012), Metropolis (film 1927)

Secondary Sources:

Ames, Melissa. “Engaging “Apolitical” Adolescents: Analyzing the Popularity and Educational Potential of Dystopian Literature Post-9/11.” The High School Journal 97.1 (2013): 3-20. Project MUSE. The University of North Carolina Press. Web. 04 Sept. 2015.

Baccolini, Raffaella. “The Persistence of Hope in Dystopian Science.” PMLA 119.3 (2004): 518-21. JSTOR. Modern Language Association. Web. 4 Sept. 2015.

Elliot, Amy. “Power in Our Words: Finding Community and Mitigating Trauma in James Dashner’s The Maze Runner.” Children’s Literature Association Quarterly 40.2 (2015): n. pag. Project MUSE. Web. 04 Sept. 2015.

Hammond, Andrew. “‘The Twilight of Utopia’: British Dystopian Fiction and the Cold War.” The Modern Language Review 106.3 (2011): 662-81. Modern Humanities Research Association. Web. 4 Sept. 2015