Dystopia is defined as a society characterized by a focus on mass poverty, squalor, suffering, or oppression. Most authors of dystopian fiction explore at least one reason why things are that way, often as an analogy for similar issues in the real world. Dystopias usually extrapolate elements of contemporary society and are read by many as political warnings. Many purported utopias reveal a dystopian character by suppressing justice, freedom and happiness.
Pentecost - Andrew Wyeth Pentecost why? What does that word define? What do the breezes we feel against our skin reveal to us about our lives, our very existence. It is real and it is exhilarating...the wind. K.W.