George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four

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Dystopia is a opposite of utopia. From the greek it means ‘nowhere’. ‘The dystopian form presents something of paradox’(the dictionary of alternatives). Some dystopian are work like satire that parody of the good life. ‘In the twentieth century that dystopia really comes of age, partly because the rise of a Bureaucratic society and the idea of social planning (looking backward, garden cites, le corbusier) underwriting ideas of progress in both North America, Western Europe and Soviet Union’(the dictionary of alternatives). Dystopia novels usually are satire on the hazard of totalitarian rule, that some people will work hard than others, but they will have the same salary. The most known work is Nineteen Eighty-four. ‘This novel
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