Early utopian visions: Orwell, George: 1984; Wells, Herbert George: The Time Machine; Bradbury, Ray: Fahrenheit 451; Heinlein, Robert Anson: Stranger In A Strange Land

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Introduction 2 What means Utopia? ..................... 2 Where does the name come from? ..................... 2 Utopian visions through the centuries ..................... 2 George Orwell 1984 4 The author ..................... 4 The title of the book ..................... 5 The main characters ..................... 6 Plot ..................... 7 Interpretation ..................... 8 H. G. Wells The Time Machine 9 The author ...................... 9 The main characters ...................... 10 Plot ...................... 11 Interpretation ...................... 12 Ray Bradbury Fahrenheit 451 13 The author ...................... 13 The main characters ...................... 14 Plot ...................... 15 Interpretation and Themes ...................... 16 Robert A. Heinlein Stranger in a Strange Land 18 The author ...................... 18 The main characters ...................... 19 Plot ...................... 20 Themes and Motifs ...................... 22 REGISTRY ................................................... ...................... 23 What does this word mean? UTOPIA Generally Utopia means an unreachable ideal of an idea, no matter if you re talking about society, believes or an intention. Looking at it from a more philosophical point of view, Utopia means the ideal state of the human society, usually very peaceful. The name Utopia comes from the 1516 published novel utopia by Thomas More. Living under Henry the VIII he published his satirical novel utopia in ...

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