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Some Good Free Reads: Kazohina - A Classic Spec Fic novel From Hungary

Kazohina by Sandor Szathmari is a classic Hungarian dystopia. It is a bit similar to Huxley's Brave New World, but it was written two years earlier.
Szathmari was mixing SF with satire and the main character is Gulliver who discovers a world that is very stange, sometimes quite mad, but also stangely similar to ours.
You can read the novel online, in English at kevius.com.(You can also find an article about it in English in Wikipedia.)

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