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Question of the Day (03-Aug-19)

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Undoubtedly, the thought of living in, or forming a utopian society has flashed through nearly every person’s mind. The dream of forming and maintaining a utopian society was immortalized in two novels dealing with the same basic ideas, 1984 by George Orwell and Brave New World by Aldous Huxley. Both of these novels deal with the lives of main characters that inadvertently become subversives in a totalitarian government. These two books differ greatly however, with the manner in which the government controls the population and the strictness of the measures taken to maintain this stability. ____________.

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 1)Yet, Brave New World is comparable to 1984 as both are views of a totalitarian government which attempts to provide its citizens with a utopian society.
 2)Although the novels are comparable, Brave New World could be perceived as a positive utopia and 1984 as a negative one.
 3)However, there is one great similarity: both make one thankful for having been born into a freethinking society where a person can be truly free.
 4)Finally, 1984 shares with the reader a view of the future horrors that may be yet to come, and Brave New World portrays an acceptable society with undesirable hidden traits.
 5)Our present society may not be truly perfect, but as these two novels show, it could be worse.

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