Corruption In Community's

What would one do when the world is perfect? Think about what the world would be if everyone was happy and satisfied.
In Lois lowry's book The Giver, people people live in a utopian society that all people are similar. They do not have feelings, they do not see in color and all doors are unlocked. Both novels The Giver and Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451's community's are falling apart and are getting farther and farther away from their utopian society's. As in The Giver and Fahrenheit 451, a utopian society cannot exist because others will fight or rebell against the change in society.
A utopian society can not exist due to the constant change that is supplied to the community. In The Giver, the giver has thousands of memory's that his community does not have. In the novel, he has been notified that his dauter Rosemary has applied for her release. To support that section, a quote is," I was notified by the speaker that she had gone directly to the Cheif Elder amped asked to be released" (Lowry 179). Telling us that Rosemary has been released, all of the memories she has gained has been released back into the community. This means that the community has all of the pain and feelings that she has gained from the giver.
A utopian society can not exist due the the content that others disagree with them can and will start to rebel or protest. In the book Fahrenheit 451, Beaty is a firefighter who burns books and replaces them with up to date technology. Another quote to show rebelling is," You can't ever have my books," she said. "You know the law," said Beaty ( Bradbury 35). This textual evidence from the book Fahrenheit 451 shows that the women is rebelling against the firefighters taking her books from her home.
In conclusion, a utopian society can not exist due to constant changes and rebelling. Hopefully our society can get along better in the future. And that just may change our lifes.