Analysis Of The Book ' 1984 ' By George Orwell

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In the book “1984,” written by George Orwell, there is a character that is known as Big Brother. He is a man who could be known as a Demagogue. The reason for this is due to the fact that he was able to rise to such power where he is capable of changing the past. The way he is now, in the story, shows that he didn’t use rational argument to rise to power, but chose to appeal to the majority group of people through desires and prejudice. Donald Trump is an example of a Demagogue and of Big Brother. Donald Trump is currently running for president and he is getting many supporters who agree with his propositions. However, these supporters are with him due to the fact that he appeals to their desires and prejudice. There has not been a moment where he speaks kindly of other races. Trump is simply throwing out ideas that he feels are accurate when in truth they are entirely one sided. His concept involves murder by bombing and hunting people who, to him, are the cause of many problems such as crimes and drugs.
Big Brother is the leader of the world and is loved by everyone except one person known as Winston. Winston does everything he can to find out about the true past, which was erased and changed into what Big Brother said the past was like. Eventually Winston gets captured and is tortured to the point where he is forced into loving Big Brother. Big Brother is seen as a man who forces his ideas onto other people. He changes things into what he wants them to be. Big Brother

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