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First names of group members:Olga and Jamee


You can use the following website for your answers:  http://www.elainefitzgerald.com/utopia/#Introduction


If your group uses any other links than the ones found at that website, you need to cite the link in your answer.


1. What is a utopia?


It is a perfect society with no violence and arguments and no one is ever hungry or homeless.


2. What is one example of a utopia (a book, a movie, a song, a place, or a concept)? (besides the Community)





{if you finish early, make a link to more info about your example}


3. In what ways is the Community in The Giver a utopia?


No one is ever hungry and there is no violence... Everything is well organized.


4. In what ways is the Community in The Giver the opposite of a utopia (sometimes called a dystopia)?


Sometimes people break the rules, for example, they "lie" by saying they're starving when they're really just hungry.  


5. Would you want to live in a utopia?  Why or why not?


Jamee says she doesn't but Olga says that she probably would.




Jamee's opinion:


There would be too many rules and most things would be organized and perfect.




Olga's opinion:


No violence or hunger is good I guess, and if everyone was the "same", it'd be my chance to be unique (grabs a magical unicorn)...


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