Assignment On Dystopia

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DystopiaMariah DavisHave you ever wondered what a dystopian society is like? A government with too much power creates an unpleasant society called a dystopian society. A dystopia is a place where everything is very bad. It is an imaginary place that is as bad as it can get. A dystopia is an unpleasant place that I do not want to live in.A dystopian society is a place full of to much government power. In George Orwell's story Animal Farm it becomes a dystopian society in Chapter Five. As it says, "At this there was a terrible baying sound outside, and nine enormous dogs came bounding into the barn. They dashed after Snowball, who only sprang from his pace just in time to escape their snapp ...view middle of the document...

George, who is the husband of Hazel and the father of Harrison, has lead balls in a pouch around his neck. He says when the wife want s to take out the lead balls. "Two years in prison and two thousand dollars for every ball I take out." He said to his dear wife, Hazel. Hazel replied by saying, "I do not call that a bargain deal." He replied by saying, "If I tried to get away with it, then other people would get away with it- and pretty soon we would be right back to the Dark Ages again, where everybody would battle against everybody else." In George's, Hazel's, and everybody else's eyes the way we have things now is bad and terrifying, and that it would fall apart. The time period they are in now is 2081, so the time period we are in now would be referred to as the Dark Ages. I would not like to live in a dystopian society because I am unique. I am the one who likes to express my personality make people smile and laugh. A dystopia is the opposite of a utopia. Which is like a perfect world where there is no imperfections or fla...


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