Anthem: A Dystopian Society

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A Dystopian society between the real word and the book “Anthem” have a unique set of differences and similarities. In North Korea it’s structure is known as SongBun, a society as to which their ruler is the person they must worship and make all living sacrifices to please their “God”, however in the book “Anthem”, by Ayn Rand, they must live in a society where they must love all brothers as one and only one whole. In one law that’s unique in their own that they share is that they must obey or be given death as punishment. Nor shall they question what they are given as their career. The people in the society between them are different, yet the amount of love they believe is the “right belief” is equal. Though they are both considered as a…show more content…
In North Korea ever since birth every man and woman are to love their ruler as if they were “God” themselves stated well in the Documentary of North Korea. They must bow everyday and pray to their ruler and to please their ruler. In the book “Anthem” the people love their brothers as equal no such thing as loving more than one another. There is no selfishness and may not exceed what you are told the amount of intelligence is required; they are put into a group with a given name and number. They have a routine they must follow in their everyday lives until death. Then that’s when North Korea actually seems more humane than “Anthem”. They have their own blood born family and are given proper names from birth. They do in fact have a routine that’s similar to the book, they eat, work, learn, and go back home. Finally, the biggest thing that surprised me is that in North Korea they have more freedom when it comes to love than “Anthem” , they are allowed to date and find love and happiness and create a family, meanwhile in the “Anthem” every winter they have a mating purposes in a building for men and women so the children may be born in the spring but never allowed to see their parents; since then they have their own life with their…show more content…
They may all force their peers to have a demanding routine but their freedom is in different matter between the two. North Korea allows love relations and family bonding as to “Anthem” only allows to reproduce an offspring but may not allow for the responsibility of them. In the book everyone is equal and must share their equality among their brothers, while everything is devoted to their dictator in North Korea. As to the way everything is formed in Korea must have it isolated and to benefit for only the country. Meanwhile the book states everything is structured for
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