Best known for his Narnia novels, CS Lewis also wrote a trilogy dealing with visiting otplanets—well the first two books did. The third was about preventing the evil forces ofindustrialization and progressive thought from taking over England. It was also grosslymisogynistic. It seems Lewis was a big fan of the “women belong in the kitchen” mindsall its occasional stodginess and backwards, it is, at times, still a rousing piece about tdifficulties of modernity, and the damage it can do the world around you.
15. The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwoo
Wow, can you get more polar opposite of CS Lewis than Margaret Atwood? Despite hprotestations of not writing science fiction, her story of a dystopian future where almoswomen are infertile is most assuredly of the genre. Set in a future where disease and rhave reduced fertility to a minimum, and a fascist military theocracy has taken over A(or at least part of it). Brutal in its critique of evangelist Christianity and their view on wHandmaid’s Tale is a harrowing read at the best of times. In it, women have essentiallreduced to chattels, and the few fertile ones assigned to high-ranking military men in ogive them children.
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