In “Imagine" by John Lennon he uses phrases such as a “perfect world," “no religion, no heaven," and other phrases to relate his idea of a utopia. Analyze the song for more phrases. In a paragraph, compare your viewpoints to John Lennon’s. Would his ideas be a utopia or dystopia for you? Write a paragraph expressing your argument for why Lennon’s song represents utopia or dystopia. Provide evidence and examples to explain why you feel the way you do. Also choose specific phrases from the song to support your answer.
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@thomaster could you help me out a bit?
Basically would his idea of a place without religion as in no heaven would be a wonderful place to actually live in with everyone equal with no arguments such as whose god is the "right" one. On the other hand, if you are religious to a point, then this place that John Lennon describes would be a sort of horrible idea of living in whereas there is no god or sins and perhaps another problem could occur.
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It's your opinion then, so then you'd start out: John Lennon's viewpoints show a form of utopia since the place would make everyone equal.....
Afterwards, you'd insert what more you could think of and include evidence of what he describes in the poem.