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Post-Apocalyptic / Dystopian novel - Technology is forbidden, boy discovers something and village is going to kill him so he runs

Throwing my hat in the ring with Strength of Stones by Greg Bear. It starts with one of the main male characters being forced to leave the village he grew up in, and leave behind the girl that he ...
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Post-Apocalyptic / Dystopian novel - Technology is forbidden, boy discovers something and village is going to kill him so he runs

Almost sounds like the Pathfinder series; https://www.pluggedin.com/book-reviews/pathfinder/ Here is a link to a summary of the book.
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Short story with a girl gang who like to whistle the tune of "I Wish I Was an Oscar Mayer Wiener"

A story that is told in the first person by an obvious disabled and discharged military man, is definitely dystopian; I found it repulsive and gruesome. It's "Ecce Femina!" by Bruce ...
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Post-pocalyptic story featuring a dome (dome city?) and a robot zoo

The closest thing to a match I can think of from anime is Kemono Friends. That has the zoo, the girl protagonist, the post-apocalyptic setting, and robot (sort-of; it's not clear) animals. But the ...
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Looking for a book I read in the '70s, post-apocalypse/underground bunker

I'm going to suggest this is Roger Elridge's "Shadow of the Gloom-World" (1978). The protagonist is indeed named Fernfeather. The story takes place in a subterranean shelter in a post-...
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A post-apocalyptic novella, where water disappears and earthquakes eventually finish mankind off. Probably originally in French

It's a guess, but how about La Mort de la Terre by J.-H. Rosny aîné? I found an article on the Washington Post web site that describes it as: In “The Death of the Earth,” carbon-based life forms have ...
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