Analysis Of George Orwell 's 1984

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Critical Analysis
In the George Orwell’s novel 1984, much of the society is watched and have no privacy of any kind. Every person in the Party is under surveillance. In effect, these people cannot live freely and independently, but it seems to be an impossible task because of of the Party surveillance, and how they limit thinking and manipulate reality. We can similarly see these concerns and their effects in today 's society and the ways the novel also acts as a warning for the future.
In 1984 a man named Winston lives in a world covered in cameras. He is under surveillance twenty/four seven. Winston was interfered with his privacy, but also every other citizen is monitored. In 1984 George Orwell said “There was of course no way of knowing whether you were being watched at any given moment”. Winston was not allowed to do anything or show any type of expression. Privacy shows the type of freedom we have and our limits as a citizen. Privacy shows are freedom because it is hard to not be invaded by our own personal things. In today 's world privacy has become a problem. Privacy affects my own rights as a citizen. To have my privacy I feel comfortable, then to be invaded and watched for every little thing I do. If I was to be invaded for every single thing I do there would be no such thing as privacy. In “Privacy Has a Politics”, Sherry Turkle states, “How technology guru, become a justification for the U.S government to use the internet to spy on its citizens”. I think…
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