Essay on Dystopia

Dystopia in Literature

Hating Big Brother’s Invasion of privacy and individual freedom, he decides to rebel and searches for answers from his memory and the past to find the truth behind the governments’ constant lies. Since he is watched by the government and everyone around him 24/7, the only place he can carry out his rebellion Is In […]

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Celsius 233: Clarisse the Catalyst

Celsius 233: Clarisse the Catalyst “We are like chameleons; we take our hue and the color of our moral character, from those who are around us” (John Locke, English philosopher and physician). Everyone in the world influences others in many various manners. The influence can be diminutive or extremely significant but they always have an […]

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Dystopian: Bergeron vs the Games

A dystopian society us a society classified by a controlling government. Usually, a dystopian society is miserable. Both societies in “Harrison Bergeron” and The Hunger Games have a controlling government that make the societies miserable but in their own special ways. The societies in both “Harrison Bergeron” and The Hunger Games are synonymous, but they […]

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Harrison Bergeron Literary Analysis

Kurt Vonnegut Junior’s passage “Harrison and Bergeron” is a brief story written in 1961. It is about Harrison Bergeron, an inmate who is forced to diminish his abilities because they are more enhanced than everyone else’s. When Harrison tries to rebel against the laws of the land, he is shot and killed. “Harrison Bergeron” is […]

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Dystopian societies

Chrysalids, The Hunger Games, and Fahrenheit 451 are considered examples of dystopian societies because the people live in a dehumanized state. The people in Chrysalids live in a dehumanized state because the people of Waknuk classify the things that are not in the image of God as deviations or mutants. If something is done that […]

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How The Chrysalids creates a dystopia

Religion is a way of life to mankind, which provides a purpose and meaning in life. It encourages the good and punishes the evil. In the case of the novel The Chrysalids, by John Wyndham, religion creates a dystopian society. This is the result of increased fear amongst the people who fear another tribulation. The […]

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