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Zamyatin's novel We, in the context of works and ideas Proletkult

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[This article provides an analysis of the dystopia We by Zamyatin in the light of Proletcult writings, reading the novel as a parody on their poetry and prose. Zamyatin wisely predicted the future of the society that was the dream of Proletcult writers, who glorified a society of robots, happily and blindly fulfilling all the orders of their government. The “heretic” Zamyatin could foresee the similar development of Russia after the October Revolution, which deprived the Russian people of any individuality and human rights, and depicted the One State and its Benefactor, very much reminding the author of his motherland., This article provides an analysis of the dystopia We by Zamyatin in the light of Proletcult writings, reading the novel as a parody on their poetry and prose. Zamyatin wisely predicted the future of the society that was the dream of Proletcult writers, who glorified a society of robots, happily and blindly fulfilling all the orders of their government. The “heretic” Zamyatin could foresee the similar development of Russia after the October Revolution, which deprived the Russian people of any individuality and human rights, and depicted the One State and its Benefactor, very much reminding the author of his motherland.]

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