What does the “perfect” world look like?


What does the “perfect” world look like? What rights should we have? What price should we be willing to pay to have a better world? Is it acceptable to destroy or sacrifice people or things in order to have an ideal society? Are we progressing or regressing or something in between? Make sure all quotes or paraphrases have signal phrases and are in “quote sandwiches” with proper MLA in-text citation PROMPT In a fiercely original, thesis driven, and well-supported essay, answer the following prompt. What makes an ideal society and how does that compare to our world today? Drawing on two or more texts from this unit, plus evidence from at least two secondary sources, describe what the authors are advocating or warning against and use that evidence to support your own argument about creating a more utopian society. NOTE: Your thesis may be more than one sentence in order to answer both parts of the prompt. Add appropriate transitions between ideas within paragraphs and to connect your points between paragraphs Provide enough context (brief summaries) in the introduction to give us an overview of whichever texts you choose DIRECTIONS & CONTENT TO INCLUDE Choice of texts:1. “Utopia” by Thomas More 2. “The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas” by Ursula K. LeGuin 3. “Imagine” by John Lennon and Yoko Ono 4. “The Perfect Match” by Ken Liu Things to consider Elements of a utopian or dystopian world, according to our authorsYour own vision of a utopian or dystopian world Current and historical events or conditions that support and illustrate your thesis In this and all essays you should Open with something that hooks your readers and provide context on your topic/introduce your texts and authors Write a clear and forceful thesis statement that answers the prompt Use ample support to illustrate your points Conclude with a summary of your analysis and make a final point or call to action Carefully proofread for spelling, grammar, and format errors Include a catchy title