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H.G. Wells did not shy away from tackling complex subjects and he often tackled them in complex ways when he did. A Modern Utopia is not his most famous work or his easiest to read but it holds a very interesting concept. The novel has to do with less of an actual utopia and more of a "piece-full" society that does not acknowledge its negatives or its weaknesses, which there are many. It is a class system where the powerless hold up the powerful and it is anything but fair. All of this is observed in the novel by an outsiders perspective. I hoped to convey this idea of a class system in a simple and clear visual manner.