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How Australian Dystopian Young Adult Fiction Differs from Its US Counterparts, Diana Hodge , single work column
'For children and adolescents, the tyranny of adults can make any world dystopian. Real or fictional – no apocalypse required. But how does our Australian young adult fiction (of the dystopian variety) differ from that being produced in the US? And why do teenagers love dystopia so much?' (Introduction)

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