Utopia

By: Courtney Smith

Lord Of The Flies: Not A Perfect Utopia

In Lord Of The Flies its not a perfect society. The boys argue a lot over just about everything. They argue who's in charge, who's hunting, & who does what.

Lord Of The Flies: Quote

“Fancy thinking the Beast was something you could hunt and kill! You knew, didn’t you? I’m part of you? Close, close, close! I’m the reason why it’s no go? Why things are what they are?” ― William Golding, Lord of the Flies


*This quote is argument between boys on the island. The one boy is blaming stuff on another boy saying its all his fault.*

My Utopia: Perfect World

Everyone lives freely and their possibilities are realized to the full.

*Everyone in my Utopia would be able to live how they wanted. They'd still have their responsibilities. If they are able to do something, then their possibilities should be realized to the fullest.*

Lord Of The Flies: Not A Perfect Utopia

In Lord Of The Flies, the boys are not on a perfect island. Some of them hate each other and disagree about a lot of things.
Lord Of The Flies[1990]full movie

Lord Of The Flies: Quote

“I'm scared of him," said Piggy, "and that's why I know him. If you're scared of someone you hate him but you can't stop thinking about him. You kid yourself he's all right really, an' then when you see him again; it's like asthma an' you can't breathe...”
William Golding, Lord of the Flies

*Piggy is scared of people. He's basically saying if you don't like someone then you hate them.*

My Utopia: Perfect World

In my Utopia the people wouldn't have to worry about hating other people. If they did hate someone they could just ignore them. And worry about theirself.

Lord Of The Flies: Not A Perfect Utopia

There was a lack of food. There wasn't enough to feed everyone.

Lord Of The Flies: Quote

Quote 1: "'I don't care what [you] call me so long as...[it's not] what they used to call me in school...They used to call me Piggy!'" Chapter 1, pg. 11

My Utopia: A Perfect World

No one would go hungry. There would always be someone in charge of growing and making food. They would be taught how to cook and take care of themselves as well. No one would be left behind.

Lord Of The Flies: Not A Perfect Utopia

In Lord Of The Flies they have trouble with leadership. They want someone in charge, that's why they disagree so much.
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My Utopia: A Perfect World

In my Utopia there wouldn't be a leader. Everyone would be perfectly fine and mind there own business that there wouldn't be a need for one.

Lord Of The Flies: Not A Perfect Utopia

In Lord Of The Flies there is not adult supervision. They're basically alone. They have no one to teach them new things.

My Utopia: A Perfect World

In my Utopia, the adults would teach their children right from wrong and control them.