Judy Peters has studied history, creative writing, librarianship and textile art. One day she will embroider a story and catalogue it.
Junior Contributor II
The terrifying relevance of Nevil Shire's On The Beach to 2017
This book was written in the late 1950s as a dystopian and cautionary tale about the perils of all out nuclear war. Rereading it in 2017, explore the dystopian tropes of the book in the light of American relationships with North Korea, China, Russia, etc.
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