People are Different

"A great nuzzling gout of fire leapt out to lap the books and knock them against the wall. He stepped into the bedroom and fired twice and the twin beds went up in a great simmering whisper, with more heat and passion and light than he would have supposed them to contain." (Bradbury 110)
First, the two books I read were Fahrenheit 451 and 1984, these books both show an attempt to make a utopian society.
As shown, in 1984 and Fahrenheit 451 there is always an individual who has different views or ideas; therefore, a Utopian society cannot exist.
Utopian societies cannot exist in the world, which is proven by fictional character's actions.

For example, Fahrenheit 451 is about the government restricting books because they do not want citizens to have knowledge because if individuals have knowledge oneself will have different ideas which does not allow the government to have full power.

"There must be something in books, things we can't imagine, to make a woman stay in a burning house; there must be something. 'You don't stay for nothing'" (Bradbury 48).
This quote explains why utopian societies cannot exist because someone will always have a different view or idea which is shown by Montag.
Additionally, in the book 1984 the character Winston witnesses what is wrong with his government which changes his views and he wants to rebel against the government.
"His pen had slid voluptuously over the smooth paper, printing large neat capitals DOWN WITH BIG BROTHER DOWN WITH BIG BROTHER DOWN WITH BIG BROTHER DOWN WITH BIG BROTHER DOWN WITH BIG BROTHER over and over again filling half a page" (Orwell 12).
In this quote Winston is journaling and he is pondering about his ideas and he rebels against his government which shows a utopia cannot exist.
As demonstrated, by Winston and Montag almost all individuals have different views and ideas, which proves why a utopian society cannot exist.
Utopias can never exist, in fact, individuals would rather live in a dystopia than a utopia because in a Dystopia oneself can usually have their own views and ideas.