Analysis Of The Book 1984 By George Orwell

1253 Words6 Pages
Hope is needed for living and can get through life. When there is no hope; there is no point in living a normal life or there may be no choice to live a normal life. No matter what you have to get through life without hope. When there is no hope, there is no point of trying to live a regular life. In the book 1984 by George Orwell nearly everyone in the book is brainwashed and given a lot of false information. Winston and other characters only provide a little bit of hope. With a little bit of hope in the brainwashed world there is still absolutely no chance for any recovery unless the upper management screws up. This hope provides nearly no chance of humanity going back to normal. In the book, 1984, Big Brother is watching over everyone at all times, him and the other management full people’s minds with false information and propaganda “WAR IS PEACE / FREEDOM IS SLAVERY / IGNORANCE IS STRENGTH” (Page 4, Chapter I). This quote is significant to the argument of no hope because it is a message showing how easy it is to brainwash most people. “WAR IS PEACE” is referring to always being at war and how it pleases Big Brother. “FREEDOM IS SLAVERY” is referring to the brainwashing again, this time explaining how whoever is free is a slave to society. Lastly “IGNORANCE IS STRENGTH” finishes off this double-think with a meaning of gaining strength from those who have ignored Big Brother. The slogan is interpreted as a way to brainwash the civilians and make sure they aren’t
Get Access