Comparing Two Dystopian Novels

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Dystopia seems like a brilliant idea where everything is fine and there is no suffering. Dystopia is sometimes mistaken as utopia and vice versa, but they are in reality basically opposites. “Utopias” are considered as a perfectly safe place or as many would think is a paradise that can only be imagined, even the government, laws, social and economic conditions are perfect without any problems. While “dystopia” can be considered to be the exact opposite of “utopia”, it's a community or society that is undesirable or frightening in which everything in it is unpleasant or bad with a huge amount of crime rate, divided racially largely, and a homeland of economic problems.

Two dystopian novels on this topic show how even the best and positive

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