The Utopian society is brought about through conversations between the characters Thomas More, his friend Peter Giles, and the traveling philosopher Raphael Hythloday.
Giles and More are quickly impressed by the level of travel that Hythloday had experienced; they want to know what he has seen and heard from other regions in regards to government and civilization....
[tags: Nineteen Eighty-Four, Government, Dystopia] - Sir Thomas More composed the book Utopia in the year 1516.
Utopia looks into many of the problems that faced England in the sixteenth-century and what a society would look like in order to relieve those complications.
Unjust control, cruel treatment, and dramatic punishments are typical of each society.
The threefold government of Nineteen Eighty-Four ensures constant, total control over all civilians through fear and ignorance....
George Orwell’s 1984 portrays many characteristics of a dystopian society.
Very similarly, Veronica Roth’s Divergent tells the story of a government that forcefully separates and controls its citizens.
1984 and Divergent both share the presence of harsh regulation and control from their respective governments.
Orwell and Roth’s novels compare Ministries and Factions, conformity and obedience, Proles and the Factionless, and government regulation, in a similar, yet negative way....