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Dystopia in the Story the Handmaid’s Tale



the handmaid's tale

Words: 1899 (8 pages)

In A Handmaid’s Tale author Margaret Atwood creates a ‘Ustopia’, otherwise known as the Republic of Gilead. In Gilead, the citizens are ruled over by a totalitarian government that subjects its women to oppression as it enforces laws that limit their freedom and prohibit any form of pleasure; all of which is justified by the…

We by Yevgeny Zamyatin


Words: 1428 (6 pages)

The scariest thing about reading dystopias is how well some of them have predicted the future. Some aspects of the books seem like a stretch until you read the books themselves. The way some authors have predicted how technology will ruin society is very similar to how today is. When you are in society and…

The Evoultion of Policing in America 

Community policing


Words: 1331 (6 pages)

Policing in America was first discovered by the British colonists who fled their homeland because they wanted religious freedom. In the 1600s and 1700s the colonists founded their four primary policing entities: constables, watches, slave patrol, and sheriffs. Although during that time there was very little need for law enforcement, the colonist still found it…

The Film Wall-E Analysis


Words: 699 (3 pages)

The film Wall-E is a well developed story which grabs a wide variety of different audiences attention while providing humorest entertainment. As the story develops the main character’s purpose shows in addition to his reason for being on Earth. Due to the bad environment that was caused from the humans, leaving Wall-E behind to clean…

Lois Lowry’s Famous Novel the Giver


Words: 1056 (5 pages)

In the depths of a hypothetical world, a futuristic society achieves perfection through “sameness”. In this social system, sameness is reflected in the human’s lack of choice and freedom. By eliminating differences among mankind, sameness upholds social structure, keeps order, and emphasizes the ideals of equality over individuality. This world is portrayed in Lois Lowry’s…

The Purge: A Time to Kill


Words: 726 (3 pages)

The Purge films are a series of films based on a government that allows its citizens to “purge” once a year from sunset to sunrise. In this film To purge means to get rid of something or someone from society and the population overall through a violent manor. The government legalizes all crimes for twelve…

The Self-Awareness That Awakes Residents to the Reality of Their Suppression in On Such a Full Sea by Chang-Rae Lee



Self Awareness

Words: 541 (3 pages)

Chang-Rae Lee’s novel, “On Such A Full Sea”, explores social trends in a dystopian future America. Utilizing a first-person plural narrator, Lee documents the journey of the teenaged protagonist: Fan. Lee uses this fantasy world as a medium for the expression of concerns about the state of affairs in the modern world. As a result,…

Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury


Words: 1580 (7 pages)

There are meetings in life that change the point of view of someone without realizing it. In Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, people live in a dystopia where books are not allowed. However, it doesn’t stop everyone from reading. Montag, the protagonist, for a living, burns the books of the people who read them or…

‘The Tamarisk Hunter’: Environment and Dystopia



Words: 710 (3 pages)

More and more through advanced technology and media, issues such as global warming, natural resource depletion, and general lack of care for our environment are coming to the forefront. The issues that we are currently facing with our own environment are typical qualities of a dystopian world and also in science fiction. These topics can…

Pleasantville vs. The Giver Analysis


The Giver

Words: 634 (3 pages)

In the movie, Pleasantville, and in the book, The Giver, there are many different similarities and differences. One similarity is that the communities are portrayed as utopias but in reality are actually dystopias. Another similarity is the weather and the fact that it’s extremely ideal. Also, in both the movie and in the book the…

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