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Is there a book you like that has anarchist characters or presents anarchist ideas or was written by an anarchist author? What sorts of things do you like about the book or the way it presents anarchy?

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I don't know if it exactly counts as anarchist, but but I enjoyed Robert Anton Wilson's The Illuminatus! Trilogy.
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Eric Frank Russell - The Great Explosion
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people! - say why you like these books! especially from an anarchist lens!
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currently it's Alan Moore's Jerusalem.  I'm not sure if it's strictly anarchist, but  Alan Moore is.  plus I've a soft spot for the crazy old man.

it's a fucking monster of a book though, I got it as an audiobook for free and, so yet to pull that off if you value your eyesight, it's not really that hard.

message me and I can give you tips, i dont want b to be an advertisement.  that or I can try to sling you a copy from my phone.

I'm so high I have to keep one eye closed because they refuse to coordinate godddamit this hurt to write but I'm impulsive and is such a good book, at least I like it.
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