Ballardian



adjective
of James Graham Ballard (1930–2009), the British novelist, or his works
resembling or suggestive of the conditions described in Ballard’s novels and stories, esp dystopian modernity, bleak man-made landscapes, and the psychological effects of technological, social or environmental developments

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