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Comparison Of 1984 By George Orwell's 1984, A Dystopia

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As much as the United States worries about outside terrorism, gangs are forming and creating terrorism all over the United States. A Utopia is an imagined place or state of things in which everything is perfect. (“Utopia). A Dystopia is an imagined place or state in which everything is unpleasant or bad, typically a totalitarian or environmentally degraded one. (“Dystopia”). The Hells Angels think that they are creating a Utopia but actually they are robbing and killing people, which is the total opposite of a utopia. They try and cover up the bad things by doing generous things. One of the things that they have done is they camped outside of Walmart on the night of Christmas so that when it opened they could go in and buy all of the bicycles and donate them to charity. The book 1984 by George Orwell is a dystopia because there is no individualism, you cannot think for yourself without being prosecuted. The people that run Oceania think that they are running a utopia but actually it’s more of a dystopia. They think this because they have rations of all of the chocolate and they have class division. But actually it’s very corrupt because the lowest class is pretty much able to do whatever they want and don’t get in trouble. In both the book 1984 and the hells angels they try and create a utopia but they both fail and actually create a dystopia. This book and the hells angels just prove that a utopia will not work for example in the book the government thinks that there class
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