Race Consciousness: Fascism and Frank Herbert’s “Dune”

FASCISTS LOVE Dune: Denis Villeneuve’s film adaptation was highly anticipated on white nationalist sites such as Counter-Currents and the Daily Stormer. As soon as the trailer dropped, they began poring over it for signs of deviation from their pet interpretations of Frank Herbert’s 1965 science fiction novel. Popular SF narratives like Dune play a central […] The post Race Consciousness: Fascism and Frank Herbert’s “Dune” appeared first on Los Angeles Review of Books. Continue reading at 'Los Angeles Review of Books'

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