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Utopia, dystopia, characteristics of a dystopian society, types of dystopian controls, dystopian protagonist

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Department
English
Course
E 405
Professor
Pamela Coke
Semester
Spring

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4 MarchUtopia is a term donating a visionary or ideally perfect state of society whose members live the best possible lifeThe term Utopia was coined by Thomas More from the Greek words ou no or not and topos place as the name for the ideal state in his book De optimo reipublicae statu deque nova insula Louvian 1516Utopianism refers to the various ways in which people think about depict and attempt to create a perfect societyUtopian thought deals with morality ethics psychology and political philosophyUtopia A place state or condition that is ideally perfect in respect of politics laws customs and conditionsDystopia A futuristic imagined universe in which oppressive societal control and the illusion of a perfect so
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