Through out the semester we have read several novels along with an array of short stories. Some of the novels covered were Mary Shelley's, Frankenstein, and Philip K. Dicks', Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? , and John Wyndham's, The Day of the Triffids. In each of these novels there has been some kind of event forcing the protagonists to act in a manner that they were not accustomed to before. There are certainly similarities and
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been related to some kind of catastrophic event, which are issues which we may face in reality. Science Fiction seems to dictate technology, which dictates the future. Perhaps sometime in the future, we could find ourselves faced with such and event and we will have to take action in order to survive. Everyone would have to change their attitudes, thoughts, motivations, actions, and desires in order to survive and to carry on the human civilization.