and thought-provoking in the whole literary process and in my view it should be regarded only through the prism of the best illustrations which can demonstrate the full range of its existential meaning. The article should be about what can be verified: in this case, not as a fact, but as something recognised by people who study or write in this area. Both texts were composed around the context of pre and post World War 2 which is clearly evident through their settings, characterisation, themes and ideas. No one in their right mind deliberatly creates a dystopia (except 1984). There is a problem in Wikipedia that many people assume that articles can and should be illustrated and that therefore there will be suitable images available on Wikipedia's terms. External links modified edit Hello fellow Wikipedians, I have just modified one external link on Dystopia.
1984: Anti - Utopia
The Sherman Antitrust Act
Federalists vs. Anti - Federalists
Achieving Utopian Society in The Brave New World
The word, though, has a definition. There are some real wackos in Congress. But - does it mean the same thing as "character arc"? Or, if the word is still translated as "no-place does that mean that Orwellian fiction describes a Utopia just as much as Thomas Mann's work? Perhaps all examples should be removed while that is going. Most utopias, in some form seek life, liberty, and the persuit of happiness (lock said property) for all its members. It isn't a "List the Tragedy Of Pearl Harbor of dystopias but should be a list of particularly good examples. Like wireless transmission of power, until rgan figured he couldn't charge money for energy from the sky, so funding stopped and the finished broadcasting-tower dismanteled. Justice is defined according to Plato as the interest of the stronger. If you are going to add them, perhaps you could create a sublist with the qualifier that they weren't intended as dystopias 10:33, 9 February 2006 (UTC) A work would be utopian if it describes a society that the author regards to be ideal.