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The Cold Snap - 1898

Edward Bellamy

Publisher: Good Press

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Summary

Edward Bellamy's novel, 'The Cold Snap,' is a captivating work of speculative fiction that explores a world plunged into an eternal winter, highlighting themes of survival, humanity, and environmentalism. Bellamy's literary style is marked by vivid imagery and intricate world-building, drawing readers into a frozen landscape filled with chilling challenges and unexpected alliances. Set against the backdrop of a frozen dystopia, the novel offers a thought-provoking commentary on climate change and the fragility of our ecosystem, making it a timely and engaging read for fans of both science fiction and environmental literature. Bellamy's skillful blending of social commentary with imaginative storytelling sets this novel apart as a poignant reflection on the consequences of environmental neglect and the resilience of the human spirit. 'The Cold Snap' is a must-read for anyone intrigued by the intersection of literature, science, and society.
Available since: 03/16/2020.
Print length: 107 pages.

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