Big Brother In 1984 By George Orwell

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In George Orwell's novel, 1984 is based off the theory of the idea of a nonexistent leader and icon for their country they call “Big Brother”. He represents as government control, and maltreatment. In Oceania, totalitarianism is a danger that poses in their society. The community believes Big Brother makes them do good things, but some do not realize what Big Brother actually is and what is occurring or they would rather ignore the situation, considering it would be too futile to say anything at all because of the harsh punishments they would receive for rebelling. The concept of a Big Brother is constantly watching their people is assumed to cause them to feel safe, but instead it implants fear in numerous individuals and limits their freedom

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