The Testing. Chapter 6-11
Dystopias. A dystopian society is the opposite of a utopian society; a society where there is little or no evil, it’s a place of happiness and sunshine. A dystopia is the opposite, however not in every case it’s obvious. Just like the book The Testing, the dystopian society is not obvious, especially to children who’ve yet to experience life outside of their own divisions. At the start of the book the place seems like a utopia, but all the happiness is an illusion. The dictionary describes a dystopia as a society characterised by human misery, as squalor, oppression, disease, and/or overcrowding.