SciFi Literature v.2

This week's Trivia: SciFi Literature v.2

True science fiction explores possible futures for mankind, and often serves as a criticism of of the status quo. Of course, modern literature is moving away from the traditional format (ie - bound paper), yet there are still so many lessons to learn from the stories. Dismiss their warnings at your own peril, and end up a victim of either the impending alien invasion, robot uprising, zombie outbreak, or totalitarian government regime.
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In George Orwell's "1984", what is the title of the dictator that rules over Oceania?


Which of these novels that have been adapted into movies were NOT authored by Philip K. Dick?


The characters in Anthony Burgess' A Clockwork Orange use an argot called "Nadsat". What is an argot?


What was the alternate title to Mary Shelley's Frankenstein?


Who was the winner of the first Nebula award for best novel in 1965?


China Miéville is an author from which country?


Which of these Neil Gaiman novels explores the existence of gods and deities as manifestations of mankind's beliefs?


Who wrote the multiple-award winning 1969 novel, "The Left Hand of Darkness"?


What was the name of the 1959 space military novel by Robert A. Heinlein, author of Stranger in a Strange Land?


The works of Ayn Rand directly heavily influenced the atmosphere of which of these blockbuster video game franchises?