dystopia

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Antonyms for dystopia

state in which the conditions of life are extremely bad as from deprivation or oppression or terror

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a work of fiction describing an imaginary place where life is extremely bad because of deprivation or oppression or terror

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So if Mr Duncan Smith wonders why workers are trapped in these distopian "ghettos" that he describes so vividly, he might like to point the finger at Mrs T.
The distopian picture of Blonde Roots captures a timeless world in which Africans are enslaving Europeans and embodying the evils of the slave trade and slavery in a reversal of roles that shakes expectations and forces readers to look at their own past in a new light.
The realism is theologically based on the doctrine of Original Sin and is a distopian view of life and manners in the author's own land.
What, after all, might have become of George Lucas had his challenging, distopian THX-1138 (1971) been a critical and commercial success?
And Yew Choong Chan wrapped things up, with his distopian vision for London's Lower Lea Valley (the City's Olympic Village site), where he proposed the world's first Broccoli Power Plant, VEN (vertical energy).
It's a synthesiser-laden concept album about a distopian future.
99) is one of his most disturbing distopian visions.
The West as a frontier--both in space and time--is the symbolic dimension which gives shape to the utopian/ distopian quality of American identity as well as of Le Guin's sf.