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Recommended Read: The Problem with Utopias

"As for the inhabitants of utopian fiction, they are never credible characters, with emotional depth or psychological complexity, precisely because they are without flaws. Throughout the 500 years of the genre, the characters uniformly come across as either brainwashed or bland or as tour guide automatons, mouthing the author’s plans for perfection."

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