"The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas" is a 1973 plotless, short, descriptive
work of philosophical fiction, popularly classified as a short story, by Ursula K. Le
Omelas is a utopian city where the people lead lives that are happy, in the best
sense of the word. On the day on which the narrator is focusing, the city's people
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Nataliya said: Is the happiness of thousands worth the suffering of a single