Utopia R.A.P. - 545 Words
A perfect paradise where no man wants for work, food, family, and fortune, can hardly be called desirable. At the very best, that word is a gross understatement. As humans, we are expected to have a deep natural longing to better our overall quality of living. The seemingly natural condition, is that the grass is always greener in someone else’s pastures. No exception to this instinctive law is the description of Utopia, by Sir Thomas More.
In his work, he describes a wondrous place, full of...
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