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Our novel's princess is nicknamed The Mighty One, is thought to be immortal, and has monthly festivals thrown in her honor. This is an example of which element?
a) A figurehead or concept is worshipped by the citizens b) Citizens have fear of the outside world c) Citizens conform to uniform expectations d) Citizens live in a dehumanized state
Our novel requires all people with green eyes be given contacts, to be worn at all times, to match everyone else. This is an example of which element?
a) Individuality is bad b) A figurehead or concept is worshipped by its citizens c) The protagonist questions the existing social and political systems d) Citizens are perceived to be under constant surveillance
An example of propaganda is:
a) A commercial for Popsi, stating that it's the best soda and 9 out of 10 people who drink Popsi smile more b) A commercial for Popsi, stating that it's the best soda, but drinking too much of it causes you to never sleep again c) A commercial stating that both Popsi and Sprete are refreshing sodas d) A research article on the making of Popsi
In The Giver, only the Receiver of Memories is allowed access to books, memories, and history. This is an example of which element?
a) Information, independent thought, and freedom are restricted b) The government hides its past c) Free will is restricted d) Assignments are unfair, and citizens deserve to choose their destiny
A dystopian protagonist often...
a) feels trapped and is struggling to escape b) wonders why they are not like everyone else c) changes their appearance or name d) is adventurous and free spirited
In The Hunger Games, citizens are forced into a game where they have to kill one another in order to survive. This is an example of which element?
a) Citizens live in a dehumanized state b) Individuality is bad c) Citizens have a fear of the outside world d) The society is an illusion of a perfect utopian world
Dystopia is the opposite of what?
a) Utopia- a perfect society b) Ethiopia- a country in Africa c) Californiopia- a place with sunshine and beaches d) Cornucopia- where all supplies and weapons are stocked in The Hunger Games (watch out for the careers!)
The government in a dystopian novel is typically...
a) Totalitarian- they supress and control their citizens b) Aristocratic- they rule by birthright c) Democratic- citizens have a voice d) Anarchy- there is no government
In 1984, the citizens have telescreens that not only play propaganda, but also record what they are doing. This is an example of which dystopian element?
a) Citizens are perceived to be under constant surveillance b) Citizens have no right to what they view c) Citizens love television d) Citizens are privileged and wealthy
Our novel's village is surrounded by a dark forest, and its citizens are warned that if they enter it, they will die. This is an example of which two elements?
a) Citizens have a fear of the outside world, and the natural world is banished and distrusted b) Illusion of a perfect, utopian world, and citizens live in a dehumanized state c) Propaganda is used to control citizens, and citizens have a fear of the outside world d) Citizens who venture into the forests are heroes, and will live happily ever after
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