Utopias take an important place in world literature and they are products of thoughts of escaping from the undesired world. Utopias named as earth paradises are named as earth hells, distopia or anti-utopia where the opposite situation is in question. Island, a term that cannot be overlooked when utopias are the subject, attracts attention in all but utopic works. In Zulfu Livaneli’s so-called work Son Ada we will search in this study, island is also choosen as settlement. The life on island which changes from utopia to distopia becomes unsufferable in time and the last places of settlement are exterminated as a result of man’s intervention in nature. Although Sevinc Cokum’s book Cok Yapraklı İliskiler that we will compare with Son Ada novel carries an utopic feature; as it narrates events taking part in an unknown time, some characters and events carry utopic elements. The idea frequently stressed in both novels is that thought freedom which is the most important feature sepera
utopia, island intervention.