Talk:A Time of Changes
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|This is a book supposedly of a futuristic/unreal world present only in the novel's dystopia (or anti-utopia is more accurate in some context). Supposedly. Doesn't anyone realize that the state of our present world is virtually, no, undoubtedly similar to the novel world's failed attempt at perfection(for some... or "everyone")? In our world, the so-called authority in every young person's life is so bent on restricting him/her to limited expression that there are few who convey themselves enough to be considered truly expressive. Sure, before high school (and part of middle school), adults encourage children to write, but when they are mature enough to really get their thoughts across, any (appropriate) word in the dictionary is welcome... except 'I'. Teachers in school (where young persons spend half their developing youth in) restrict the word 'I' to such simple assignments that over time, if proper action isn't taken to prevent this, the world will become a Time of Changes. Will continue later.|
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