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What Are the Main Concerns of Utopian Writers?

Summary: Essay discusses the main concerns of Utopian writers.
The main concern of writers of anti-utopia narratives is the negative side of a utopian world. However, other particular concerns towards this topic may vary due to their era in which they write the novels. For example Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale (THT), one of her main concern is the Feminine issue, where she was among the first wave of women recruited for reproductive purposes. During her era, there was an instant pool of such women by declaring all second marriages and non-marital liaisons adulterous, arresting the female partners, and because of their "morally unfitness", confiscating their children in which they already had. This might thus lead to Atwood writing this satirical novel to voice out her opinions towards this way of handling women in her country during her time.

Most writers of anti-utopia narratives often write their novels in a satirical...

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