Brave New World Essay | Utopian Fiction Lasting Over Time

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Utopian Fiction Lasting Over Time

Summary: A description of why the Utopian texts such as "1984," "Brave New World," "Gattaca," and "Blade Runner" are still being used as texts for study and enjoyment.
Utopian fiction is a genre of writing that has lasted over the centuries and is still popular. The main reasons for Utopian fiction surviving are the desires to critique society, the credibility of the plot, its satirical nature, insight into the possible future and as a study of the human condition.

One explanation for the inevitable popularity of Utopian fiction is that there are religious and human rights groups who have an interest in Utopian fiction. The composer of Utopia, Tomas Moore, was a layman himself. His most likely motive to compose such a text was to demonstrate the ways in which a society can become like to a Utopia. People in authority may also have an interest in this genre, because their goal is to improve society and society can be improved along through Utopian principles.

Popular Utopian texts have a credible plot and...

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