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Dystopian Essay

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This essay is about a dystopian novel commonly studied in high schools. The essay gives the reader a brief reading of the novel studied.

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Fiction Literature Speculative fiction Dystopia Futurology Postmodernism Risk analysis Social philosophy Utopian and dystopian fiction The Giver The Hunger Games We
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Fiction Literature Speculative fiction Dystopia Futurology Postmodernism Risk analysis Social philosophy Utopian and dystopian fiction The Giver The Hunger Games We
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Dystopian texts are usually based on a hard, bitter future where society is an illusion of the perfect utopia. They have a strong theme, common in much science and fantasy fiction. Dystopian texts highlight the creation of a future time (usually), when the conditions of human life are exaggeratedly bad due to deprivation, oppression or terror. Dystopian fiction has certain elements that make it different from other genres, these elements consist of propaganda, no free thought, figurehead, surveillance, restricted to discover the truth about the outside world, outside world is destroyed, illusion of a utopia and conformity. Writers of dystopian fiction incorporate Social Realism into the...
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