Analysis Of George Orwell 's ' The Great Gatsby '

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<<1984>> is a novel with a huge amount of political in-depth meanings written by George Orwell. Although the future society that <<1984>> pictured implies a lot of connections with the Soviet Union during the reign of Stalin, indeed it projects the terrible aftereffects that autocracy in any kinds would bring. Orwell described the detailed life in the oceania which are extremely similar to the life in London after World War II: poverty, lack of supplies, food shortage, dirty street etc. but for the main character Winston, the satisfaction of material life is least important, there is something more. The charm of the book is not only it describes the dehumanization in autocracy, but also shows the pursuit of human nature throughout the main character Winston’s inner struggle and his reflections which toward to the past and the future. In another word, this book shows the loss and the pursuit within the humanity. Totalitarianism is the biggest evil of all that leads to the dehumanization which has been addressed through 3 parts: the loss of privacy, the loss of individualism, the loss of history. Under the rule of this hierarchy Big Brother, only very few people within the whole population called “inner party members” have the core of leadership of the country also known as absolute power. Winston is a member of the outer party. His job is to do the paperwork for the Party mechanically and emotionlessly. The rest of the population is the proles which is accounted
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