In Watermelon Sugar is a novel by Richard Brautigan from 1968. The Watermelon Sugar is a world where everything is made of watermelon sugar and every day the sun is of a different colour. In centre of this world is iDeath – a utopian environment where there is no violence and no ego. All of its inhabitants have their own little tasks and activities, which help them to pass the innumerable days of delicate harmony. However, under the idyllic surface lies the memory of ancient blood-sheds and some people find the new phlegmatic way of life hard to tolerate. Is violence something inherent and unavoidable for the humankind? And how does violence express itself in a world, which doesn’t accept it?