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Tom Matthews English 2 001019 Synthesis Paper of Utopias Maybe this world is another planets Hell - Aldous Huxley 1894-1963 In a natural Utopia an anthill all of the ants work together to keep the colony alive and functioning without any internal strife Philosophers drawn to the conundrum of the perfect world of nature often wonder why humans cannot create and live in such a world Instinctually driven different classes of ants have different jobs and they perform them without any irregularity or preferences Some travel away from the colony in search of food and supply so as to keep the other ants alive while others work inside the colony repairing and building various things maintaining the colony in optimum running condition The Queen Ant simply the most fecund of the colony regulates all of the other ants occupations and takes care of grooming the offspring In this natural Utopia each and every one of these ants jobs enables the entire colony to operate as a smooth-running entity made up of lesser individuals who all contribute their part to the colony When compared th e governing bodies of 1984 by George Orwell Brave New World by Aldous Huxley and The Beach by Alex Garland operate very similarly to the hierarchy of an anthill Everyone has his or her duty to carry out just as an ant does and everyone has to perform his or her detail without question just as an ant does However should one of the ants try to differ from the rest of the faction or not carry their weight of the tasks at hand they will become expunged 1984 Brave New World and The Beach show three different attempts at creating a Utopian Society yet each one fails for several reasons where as in nature everything always runs perfectly Why should sentient beings the Rulers of the Earth fail where non-thinking and non-comprehending creatures succeed Utopia
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