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Envisioned as an alternative to the utopia, dystopia represents a vision of a fictional society that is made imperfect and flawed by the influences of tyranny, terrorism, poverty, misery and advanced technologies. Here you can find out more about this interesting concept.
Dystopia represents artificially created world or society in which human population lives under the rule of the oppressive government, or is subjected to various other types of oppressions (class, religion, lack of individuality, privacy …).
This famous novel by George Orwell describes the life in the futuristic and dystopian environment of modern London. Often regarded to be one of the most important classic novels ever written, this dark vision of the future focuses on the concepts of government surveillance, censorship, sexual repression and mind control.
This award-winning novel written by Margaret Atwood focuses on the issues of woman rights. Set in the environment of futuristic religious theocratic state, author masterfully explored the themes of, religion, mistreatment of women and gender roles and their class rights.