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JG Ballard's High-Rise is the choice for March's Reading group
Late last week I suggested a “simple vote” for which JG Ballard book to read this month on the Reading group. It wasn't one of my better decisions: choosing one work from a career so long and productive has proved a tricky business. No fewer than 15 ...
JG Ballard is March's Reading group selection: help choose a novel
JG Ballard needs little introduction. He's so important and influential, he even has his own adjective: Ballardian.
High-Rise: Ballard's detached tone presents a steep moral challenge
This might be partly my fault, since I described the book detailing a “breakdown of society” and “descent from civilisation”.
Clint Mansell Scored A Film Adaptation Of JG Ballard's Terrifying High-Rise Novel
In 1975, the British sci-fi author J. G. Ballard published a book called High-Rise, which explored themes of societal oppression and inequality in the microcosm of a luxury apartment block.
'High-Rise': vertical battleground of class warfare
Either one of these images, or even the jarring juxtaposition, could be taken straight from Wheatley's new film High-Rise, an adaptation of JG Ballard's 1975 novel.

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