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  1. Dystopia
    What do you get when you strand a bunch of British school boys on a desert island? Dystopia… and The Lord of the Flies! Check out a classic example of this popular genre with your students.

  2. Parody is the Sincerest Form of Commentary
    What could the weary reader use more than a brilliant, witty parody of the whole utopian thing? Thanks to Jonathan Swift, we have it: Gulliver's Travels.