Dystopian Society In The Giver

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Have you ever thought that your perfect society can be destined to fail? In The Giver, a boy named Jonas lives in a society of Sameness, but he and another man named the Giver, has the knowledge of the past and how it was before Sameness. They decided that their job is done once they change the community as well as show everyone the past and that there is more to life, such as emotions and qualities like color. In order to change the community, the society won’t stay a utopian. The book called The Giver by Lois Lowry is a dystopian fiction that shows that utopian societies will always fail because the citizens have different opinions of a flawless community and will rebel, and as time passes, people’s thoughts change.

People will rebel against a utopian society because they have a different opinion of what an ideal society should be. “I want to wake up in the morning and decide things,” by Lois Lowry, The Giver. Everyone has different ideas about their perfect world. A few people might like one thing but others might not. Some people would think that having everything the same is the best type of world, but people might have opposite beliefs. For instance, in the quote, Jonas said that he wanted to be able to choose things, this would be his ultimate world. But, the others around him don’t mind about how they aren’t able to
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For example, in The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins, Katniss leads a rebellion against the capitol which was supposed to make a perfect society. Throughout the war, the country was in ruins and many people suffered. In The Giver, Jonas breaks the rules to change the society and lets the citizens know about the past, colors, and emotions. But once everyone gets all the memories, they might go into disorder.Therefore, utopian societies are always destined to not succeed because everyone has different ideas of