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Six Surprisingly Hopeful Stories About Facing the End of the World

apocalyptic fiction

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Six Surprisingly Hopeful Stories About Facing the End of the World

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Five Works That Imagine Nuclear War and Its Aftermath

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The Job at the End of the World

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Five SF Works About Sitting Out World War III

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Testosterone Poisoning: Manhunt by Gretchen Felker-Martin

Don’t Look Up’s Satirical Take on the Apocalypse Could Use More Sincerity

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Finding Comfort in the (Fictional) Apocalypse

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Finding Comfort in Apocalyptic Stories

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A Terrible Time for Birdwatching: Daphne Du Maurier’s “The Birds”

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Across the Dark Water

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Five Novels About the World After the End of the World

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The Ashes of Around Twenty-Three Strangers

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