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Polluted air and water, isolated lives due to the development of social media, expansion of infections, all of these side effects are caused by civilization encouraging people who want to escape from reality. Some young people choose to travel and leave their routine lives; others move back to the countryside or refuse to use new technology. Complaints can be heard more than admiration. Arthur’s island is modern citizens’ society. Arthur and modern citizens see flaws in these places and then refuse to settle there.