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  1. When they are no longer relevant.�
    “We” was written at the time of the establishment of the dictatorship in the USSR, and, in general, was not very wrong.
    “1984” – when the USSR showed its real power on the world stage. Many people were really afraid of universal communism.
    “Fahrenheit 451” – when all sorts of media entertainment began to appear, and the author was afraid that no one would need books.�

    If utopias are visions of a better future, then dystopias are always a response to certain changes in our society. And the more popular dystopias become , the stronger the signs that something is wrong with our society.

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