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8 Weirdly Specific Things That Happen in Every Dystopian Novel

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Things Are Capitalized So We Know They're Important.

In The Giver, it’s not just a community, it’s the Community. And old people aren’t just ancient geezers who don’t know how phones work, they’re the Elders. In Matched, there’s the Society, the Banquet, and the Officials. In Delirium, there’s the Cure. The 5th Wave has Others. Under the Never Sky has Dwellers and Savages. 

Topics: Books
Tags: harry potter, 1984, the hunger games, the maze runner, dystopian fiction, hunger games, the host, the giver, fahrenheit 451, divergent, tropes, dystopian ya, literary tropes, dystopian literature, things are capitalized so you know they're important

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