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By the end of the play, both figures carry a difficult ethical burden that, to them, most people miscomprehend.
The identification of the dystopian genre with the gospel of utter destruction or with utter lack of hope for life's continuity is therefore a false identification which miscomprehends the artist's intention and the vocation of the dystopian work of art, which is to catalyze a transformation of reality.
Although the effects of surveillance are certainly a part of the database problem, the heavy focus on surveillance miscomprehends the most central and pernicious effects of databases.