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By Rose Burg
A tale of three sisters trying to survive in a totalitarian government. A tale of survival.
*This was written for the first segment of Booksie Idol where the theme was discovery, the object was a book and the location was a hotel. I hope you all like it and I tried my best and probably did...
Phillip Mathews is a boy born into slavery. He lives beneath the city making a living down in the sewers, feeding the prisoners and fighting rats, until one day he meets a new prisoner. A man named Elmont. Phillip becomes intrigued by his grand tales of life free of fear, free of slavery and...
In the country of Poslopia, the last totalitarian country of Europe, the resistance leader is about to get executed. The only people who can save her are 17-year-old Yaroslav, a shape-shifter, a trouble-maker and the scion of an old dynasty, and Amber, an American exchange student and a time...
Paranoiac future fantasy:
In a future totalitarian society, every citizen must undergo a day of observation to assess their loyalty to the regime.
Song about totalitarian governments in dystopian times. Influenced by Orwell's "1984" and The film "Equilibrium".
This was for my film studies GCSE coursework. Part of it anyway. Overall I got an A for coursework so hopefully you won't see this as terrible. We had to do a script for a film of our choice that's similar to one we made. Post-apocalyptic/zombies with totalitarian dystopian themes. There was...
By Joshua Boyde
A poem about totalitarian and dictator nation states.
In the 1920s, the ambitious Lord Raidan manages to take power in England and turns the country into a totalitarian regime under his dictatorship. This forms perfect ground for a forbidden romance between the rebellion leader and the daughter of one of Raidan's main ministers.
By Companion Cube
Dareck Freud had always been average; but when he lets boredom take over for a very brief moment, he watches in horror as the fate of everything is placed in his lap by some unusual people.
By Kraig Oliver
commentary on america.