The imperfect “perfect” world

A dystopia is a place that supposedly unifies individuals but rather creates an opposite effect. Being read in my high school years, I find this concept heavily imagined in the book 1984 by George Orwell. Here Orwell personifies a dark future with advances in technology infiltrating the public perception as Continue reading

Dystopia: A Corrupted Society

Definition: A dictatorship-ruled civilization that is a result of either a post-apocalyptic or post-societal collapse; it is unjust to the 99 percent of the population for the 1% ‘s pleasure and gain. The dystopian societies that are most familiar to me by books or films are usually centered around a Continue reading

Victoria’s Dictionary

Dys·to·pi·a/disˈtōpēə/ noun An oppressive setting that relies on harsh rules made by a government wherein a society lies, one with little resistance from the majority of the population. Any time a dystopia is mentioned in a book, a movie, or an article, there’s dramatics placed on how dangerous and difficult Continue reading

A Bad Place

The word “Dystopia” literally translates to “Bad Place.” I will define it as a place that is engulfed in darkness & wretchedness. In comparison with Utopia-No place , and Eutopia- better place, Dystopia takes the villainous role. In life there’s always good & bad, and nice & evil with a Continue reading

Dystopia Explained

A dystopia is an imagined society where there is an immense amount of maltreatment following a cataclysmic event. The cataclysmic event doesn’t always have to be apocalyptic, but that is what is usually depicted in books and movies today. In the recent examples of fictional dystopias, the government doesn’t think Continue reading