Thursday, May 19, 2016

Revolution Books Book Club discussion of
And Still the Earth
A novel by Ignácio de Loyola Brandão

Saturday, May 21, noon
Revolution Books
1103 N Ashland 
Join us for a discussion of this 1981 novel by a Brazilian science fiction author. Brandão describes a society coming apart at the seams because of the destructive workings of turbo capitalism, global imperialism, and environmental crisis, and draws a horrifying picture of the possible future facing humanity.

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"Welcome to São Paulo, Brazil, in the not too distant future. Water is scarce, garbage clogs the city, movement is restricted, and the System--sinister, omnipotent, secret--rules its subjects' every movement."

And Still the Earth is a classic novel of a world ravaged by climate change, a novel that poses challenges to all of us in today's world.
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