Well, Brave New World and 1984 are classics everyone are (or should be) familiar with. Other classics I'd recommend include 'We' http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/We_%28novel%29
and Kallocain http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kallocain
What all of these have in common is a society which has complete control of it's citizens. It has perfected surveillance (in 'We' all houses are transparent!), mind control (in 'Brave New World' babies are conditioned to fear nature, and feel fulfillment in consumption), and education (in '1984' language is being reduced in order to remove words that enable thoughts of sedition, and in 'Fahrenheit 451' almost no-one can read any more - the opening credits of the movie are spoken to underline this.)
In 'The Fountainhead' the protagonist is free to do as he pleases, his 'oppression' is artistic, and due to lack of vision (or presence of animosity) in other inividuals, not as part of a system.
Rand's 'Anthem' however, is all the way dystopian... Don't know if you've read that one.