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Occupy Malls: One Hundred Opinions On the Revolution of July 1st, 2025

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Title: Occupy Malls: One Hundred Opinions On the Revolution of July 1st, 2025
Author: Siemens, Liam
Department: School of English and Theatre Studies
Program: Creative Writing
Advisor: Winter, Michael
Abstract: Occupy Malls: One Hundred Opinions on the Revolution of July 1st, 2025 is a utopian novel about a political movement where ordinary people take over and settle into semi-abandoned malls. The book is narrated by approximately one-hundred of these characters that have decided to join the Occupy Malls Movement, each with their own reasons for doing so. They vary from organizers and renters, stoners and radicals, artists and mechanics, to gardeners, moms, furries, drones, cops, cameras, the homeless, and writers (to name a few). Throughout the novel, these characters endeavour to understand the leftist moment they find themselves in, and to carve out their own space within it. The entire novel takes place on one day: July 1, 2025.
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10214/26358
Date: 2021-08
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