1. Dystopian stories frequently take place in landscapes which diminish people, like large cities with mastodontic architecture or vast wastelands devastated by war and pollution. Dystopian societies are usually, but far from always, battered and worn-out. They may be colorless or kaleidoscopic, but always visually obtrusive. Provide a detailed description of your novel's setting.
What specifically makes your novel dystopian? Consider the points made above in your description.
2. Consider the types of controls found in dystopian literature. Which of the four controls are displayed in your novel? Provide detailed evidence for your answer. Use your answer to provide a TW contemporary connection.
3. How is the protagonist in your novel fit the quintessential dystopian character? Give a detailed answer using direct evidence from your novel to support your answer.
4. Post 3 questions that your group came up with related to your novel. Provide answers for each question.
Now that you have completed your questions, hand in your journal, job sheet and pick up a peer/self evaluation sheet.