In the final section of the book, the sense of dystopia becomes more pronounced and the search for refuge more desperate.
Lurking not far beneath the prettiness lies the real Pagford—a dystopia that would take a wizard to set right.
Incarceron by Catherine Fisher Disturbing but true: dystopia is red-hot right now in children's literature.
In Tampa, the equivalent trip took you through an Eraserhead dystopia of underpasses and asphalt plains.
Divergent is set in a dystopia and provides a pretty bleak portrait of our future.
Or we hear on MSNBC that the Republicans are ideologically blind and fanatical in their pursuit of a Darwinian dystopia.
dystopia dys·to·pi·a (dĭs-tō'pē-ə)
An abnormal position, as of an organ or a body part. Also called malposition.