Analysis Of George Orwell 's ' Dystopia '

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One of the most prominent examples of the hot topic today, “Dystopia”, was a novel written and published in 1949 by Secker and Warburg. Its name being “1984” by George Orwell. “Big brother is always watching,” the language the author utilizes drops subtle hints from time to time about what could possibly happen in the real world in near future. 1984 still remains one of the most intense and powerful warning signals about the peril of total government control. The time period 1984 was inspired in is crucial to its plot. It was inspired around World War 2. Because of the rise of totalitarian dictators, Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin, Orwell’s unbreakable hatred of totalitarianism was born. Orwell, committed to expressing his hatred, wrote novels that were centered around politics. First writing Animal Farm in 1945, then writing 1984 in 1949. Orwell had seen with his own eyes the risk of complete and total political authority in the age of newly-developed war strategies and technology. Having the strong need to send the warning signal out into the world, he wrote. He inserted his well-known facts into his novels. The warning can be heard in Orwell’s tone. Orwell had created the ideal totalitarian society for 1984, Oceania. The most intense modern-day government imaginable with total and absolute power dubbed, Big Brother. The title of the novel was hinting to readers in 1949 that the story could actually turn into the truth in the
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