Why is dystopia so dominate over utopia,and can you sight any references to utopia?
To be honest I am not that familiar with dystopia... my main references to utopia are political, it brings me back to studying george orwell's Animal Farm at school and political allegory...
Thomas More's Utopia and Plato's Republic come to mind.
I have many more examples of Dystopias. Maybe the reason is that a form of dystopian society is a much more probable outcome in future. Deep down life is not fair. Or maybe theres little reason in the writing of a utopian novel, whereas a dystopian one, a greater political context.
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