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  1. Aristophanes
  2. Kronos
  3. 5th Century BC
  4. Social Conflict Theory
  5. HG Wells
  1. a Marxist-based social theory which argues that individuals and groups within society are wealthy or poor, and that the more powerful groups use their power in order to exploit the groups with less power
  2. b writing about Utopias promoted ethics and was entertainment
  3. c Titan, prophecy said one of his children would take his power, so he ate them, until Ria, his wife, hid Zeus, who eventually jumped out from behind a rock and castrated Kronos, releasing his siblings
    Karl Jung says parents want to control their offspring because they are a replica of self
  4. d "The Clouds"
    one of the first pieces of fictional Utopia
    highlighted corruption of Athens by comparing it to a Utopian city floating in the clouds
  5. e optimistic Utopias, progress through science
    War of the Worlds, for example

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Lord of the Flies, criticize human institutions and human nature
  2. created a satiric "negative utopia" (dystopia) to show his opinions of England
    wrote Gulliver's Travels
  3. last draft, but can be deferred by school
    Vietnam colonized by England, France and Spain
    beginning it was North vs. South, North was an ally of America, South was Communist, insurgency, Vietcong (VC) who were not military
  4. literature of escape, that humans are truly free, but we bind ourselves with social mores
  5. Arthur Riboud: Symbolist Poetry, writing abstract with no logic or answers
    Walt Whitman: Anti-Newtonian Writing, used science to prove things in place of God
    William Blake
    Philosophy: reading, focused on human being beyond physical

5 True/False questions

  1. Dystopiaa bad society, one worse than our own


  2. Idselfish, subconscious, basic needs (ex. baby)


  3. Freud structural model of the human psycheId, Ego, and Superego


  4. Characteristics of Early Utopias1. Battle as Initiation: becoming a man
    2. Platoon (collective)
    3. Heroism
    4. Test of Courage
    5. Return to Civilian Life


  5. Egoselfish, subconscious, basic needs (ex. baby)


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