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Antonyms for dystopian

as bad as can be


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As a cog in a totalitarian machine players face an unrelenting dystopian reality: the laws are oppressive, people are under complete surveillance and privacy is non-existent.
A high-energy street show, an immersive shopping outlet with branded merchandise and a street-front cafe give a glimpse of the dystopian world of Panem.
Larissa Sansour offers a humorous, if dystopian, take on Palestinian statehood.
Greta's adventures in this dystopian vision of a ruined Canada explore themes of identity, self-sacrifice and what it means to be human.
In 2011, she debuted her young adult (YA) dystopian novel, 'Divergent,' about a future where humanity is divided according to their traits (factions) and conspiracies run wild amid a ruined planet and dangerous technology.
Totem is a solid work of science fiction and a creative take on the dystopian novel.
In a bizarre and slightly dystopian new TV dating show called Game of Clones, singletons will be asked to build digital versions of their perfect partners.
Set in a dystopian future, the novel is narrated by Serendipity Goudge, citizen of Lahn Dan.
As Donald Trump's counterintuitive campaign for the presidency has gained momentum, commentators have pointed out parallels to Sinclair Lewis's 1936 dystopian political novel, It Can't Happen Here.
During the first decade of the 21st century, there appeared a dystopian boom in English adolescent literature market, where a series of dystopian fiction were published and approvingly accepted by both readers and critics.
The dystopian novel presents readers with a scenario where disaster strikes and something goes wrong with a nuclear test, which plunges Earth into a nuclear winter.
The 45-year-old, who works in the games industry, was inspired by the "future cyberpunk dystopian Blade Runner style of art" - which also happens to have Teesside connections.
The main character in Aldous Huxley's famous dystopian book is a man who works as the regional world controller for western Europe.
For most of us, such a cataclysmic state of affairs is all too easy to envision, which makes Margaret Atwood's latest dystopian thriller, The Heart Goes Last, all the more unsettling and eerily prophetic.
The problem is how are we supposed to be excited about the shape of things to come, when people like street artist Banksy and the (un-) happiest man on earth, Morrissey, have both recently created works that have been described as their Dystopian vision of the future.