A beautiful and talented actress, Dorrie ends up in a psychiatric ward, a narrative which seems extraordinarily prescient .
A few months later, I recall rereading it and finding it scary and prescient .
It makes no mention at all of White's passionate and prescient warnings.
This reveals a prescient insight into the mindset which fuels Connery's anger.
Orwell's attacks on pacifism now seem remarkably prescient .
But as I read on, it became apparent that the novel was so prescient it became unnerving.
His study of America amply confirmed this prescient intuition and made him the first anthropologist of modern equality.
It was a prescient point: 10 years on we got the Battle of Seattle.
He was even, by the way, prescient about the meltdown of the Soviet Union.
It's a little bit scary being such a gifted, prescient individual.