The Importance Of Dystopia In The Hunger Games

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By analyzing the industries and wealth of each and every district we may come to the conclusion that district 1,2 and 4 are known to be the “career districts” which have much positive orientation towards Hunger games. Even though there is poverty and malnutrition prevailed in some impoverished districts, their tributes are generally healthy and strong enough to participate in the Hunger games. These districts give much importance to volunteers who can gain victory and hence regarded to be the highest. The children in these districts were often raised specifically to participate in the Hunger games even though it is against the rule of Hunger games. They are thus trained in the arts of combat and survival. These children are typically…show more content…
Utopia is nothing but the utter reflection of perfect world, where the problems like oppression, war, poverty, etc are completely excluded from the society. The direct use of this term “Utopia” was first used by Sir Thomas More. There is always a close resemblance between “Utopia” and the Greek words “no place”, “Outopos” and “good place”, “eutopos”. In his work More depicts a vision of ideal state. It is a society of highly desirable perfect qualities. It has to be noted that Plato’s “Republic” is said to be the first philosophical utopia. According to him par excellence should also has a place in fathomable world. Ernst Bloch had made a remark that “spirit of utopia” provides the content of the “hope principle”. It is an idea which focuses on better future for the people. The important characteristics of utopias are peaceful government, equality among the citizens, accessing education, health care, employment and enabling safest environment. The visions provided by the utopia have greatly affected the rise of several political movements in modern…show more content…
Most of the characters that are frequently isolated will be in contact with the natural world. Sometimes the characters were supposed to avoid nature as it was considered to be a dangerous social element in the novel ‘Fahrenheit 451’ as well as Bradbur’s short stories. In the novel ‘Brave New World’ the lower society of people are conditioned to be away from nature because they are very much afraid of nature. Also in the novel ‘The Machine Stops’ by E.M. Forster the condition of contamination of atmosphere was depicted. Because of the highly changed global environment people were forced to live in the undergrounds. The destruction of nature because of the excessive pollution can be seen in dystopian films
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