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R2618621 F KING
Adult Fiction   Bega . Available .  
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ISBN 9780571322121
Shelf Location F KING
F KING
Author Kingsnorth, Paul, 1972-, author
Title Alexandria / Paul Kingsnorth.
Production/Publication data London : Faber & Faber, 2022.
©2020
Physical Description xi, 392 pages ; 20 cm.
Carrier Type volume
Series Buckmaster trilogy 3
Summary Note Told in multiple voices which recall the archaic language of The Wake, Alexandria is set one thousand years into the future, and inhabits a similarly watery landscape to that explored in Kingsnorth's debut novel. Set many centuries after societal collapse and global meltdown, it is about a small, isolated community of survivors who in some respects are living in a futuristic Dark Ages. Out there, on the perimeter of their safe environment, they know there is a Stalker. His arrival into their world - which is both pre- and post-lapsarian - introduces a chaotic new reality as they are introduced to the idea of Alexandria: a virtual place of refuge, security, and comfort from the dangers of planet that has gone into meltdown. This novel blends the best of literary, historical, and sci-fi fiction forms to create a whole new genre suited to the post-Anthropocene world. It is a visionary novel that is both timely and timeless, and belongs in a rich Faber tradition going back to Graves, Golding, and Hughes.
Subject Religious communities -- England -- Fiction
Survival -- Fiction
Communities -- Fiction
Utopias -- Fiction
Genre Science fiction
Historical fiction
Apocalyptic fiction
Added Entry -- Personal Name Kingsnorth, Paul,
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