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    A Dystopia

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    A dystopia is a place that is undesirable and frightening to live in. The word dystopia literally translates to “bad place”. In a dystopia, people have a lack of personal freedoms. They are oppressed by their governments and are discriminated against based on sex, age or IQ. There are places in the world that can be considered more dystopian than others but no place can ever be considered truly dystopian; or utopian for that matter. Although our world is neither completely a dystopia nor completely

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    Dystopia

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    Dystopia is a big question in people’s minds in this day and age where there are people everywhere that think that an apocalypse or the failure of governments are right around the corner which will end up destroying society. Something that most people do not think of when it comes to dystopia, however is how society will continue after the events that create the start of the dystopia. Two novels that both discuss the subject of dystopia can show examples of how the world may or may not be run. “Fahrenheit

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    Utopia And Dystopia

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    Utopia and dystopia can be viewed as a story, as utopia that can be a good person not the story, where dystopia can be the bad person in the story based on how they act. A utopía is an imaginary place where the government laws and social conditions are perfect, whereas dystopia would be different as an imaginary place where everyone is unhappy and they are usually afraid because they are not treated fairly. What a utopia is in a story is a person that's happy and does everything it is said, where

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    American made society that we live in now demonstrate a utopia, therefore, they also demonstrate a dystopia. A utopia is a perfect world in which there are no problems like war, disease, poverty, oppression, discrimination, inequality, and other. A dystopia is a world in which nothing is perfect. Problems are extreme things are dysfunctional and problematic. I believe that a utopia doesn’t turn into a dystopia until the people living in that society don’t live authentic lives. "Until they become conscious

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    The Myopia of Dystopia

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    The Myopia of Dystopia Throughout human history, matters not which civilization; humanity has endeavored to attain a sociality in which one can live with freedom, enjoyment, justice, and happiness. It is human nature to see oneself in a place where it is flourishing and enjoyable, and unfortunately that is often elsewhere then where one is; after all isn't "the grass always greener on the other side" (Eng. Proverb). Countless writers have crafted utopian worlds for the reader to consider and

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    Dystopia In America

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    America: A Dystopia in the Making The United States of America used to be one of the most ideal places in the world. Many people in the past saw it as a great utopia; a place of perfection, especially in laws, government, and social conditions. This so-called utopia, however, is slowly turning the tides; making its way towards a dehumanizing, overcrowded, terrorized hell; a dystopia. One of the main reasons that the United States is no longer a utopia is because of the poverty that is seen everyday

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    Dystopia In The Giver

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    The book The Giver is a Dystopia because the people in their community have no choices, release and because the people don't know or understand what life is. The world in the beginning of the book seems like a utopia because how smoothly it runs but it actually is a dystopia because no world or place ever is perfect. This place or the givers world still has many flaws. The people in the community have absolutely no choices what so ever. The people already have their whole life rolled out in front

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    Value of a Dystopia

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    equality and the thought of morality. *INCLUDE EXAMPLES* But even with those key elements it was too intricate to sustain, which led... ... middle of paper ... .../Common Cause Records.1994.Lyrics 007.November 15th2011. http://www.lyrics007.com/Dystopia%20Lyrics/Green%20Destroyed%20Lyrics.html. Gattaca. Dir. Andrew Niccol. Perf. Ethan Hawke, Uma Thurman, and Jude Law. Columbia Pictures Corporation, 1997. IMDb. Web. 11 Nov. 2011. . Gattaca. Dir. Andrew Niccol. Perf. Ethan Hawke, Uma Thurman,

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    Dystopias Essay

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    Stefani Lane English IV King Jubenville 8 May 2014 Dystopias: Basic Elements and Themes. Dystopian Literature would fall under the characteristics of a fiction that doesn’t show a positive view of society’s future and the future of mankind. The difference between dystopian fiction and utopian fiction is that in a utopia everything is advanced and happy and peaceful, and in a dystopia, things are actually the exact opposite. Dystopias usually show themes like nature, but it would be the earth dying

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    Utopia Dystopia

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    A utopia is a society that is characterized by being one in which everything is perfect or ideal. The opposite of a utopia is a dystopia, a society where everyday life is less than perfect. These concepts are widely subjective for varying parties, as some may view the utopian society they live in as a dystopia and choose to leave to find true happiness for themselves. This is demonstrated in the novels, Into the Wild, The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas, and The Warmth of Other Suns. These three

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