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Power and politics

Dimitri Nasrallah draws on global autocracies to inform his modern allegory



POLITICAL ALLEGORIES have always been provocative for their ability to reveal hidden meanings in historical events. But in today’s increasingly polarized political climate, where leaders in democratic countries are adopting techniques reminiscent of authoritarian regimes, satirical allegories have become even more fascinating – perhaps because what once was considered outlandish no longer is, says Dimitri Nasrallah, author of the new thriller The Bleeds.

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