Definition Of Freedom In 1984 By George Orwell

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Assuming that the unattainable concept of what we call freedom can somehow be minimized to a level of human comprehension, than it is made self-apparent that the definition of the word is merely an ugly contradiction of itself. The Merriam-Webster dictionary definition for the word "freedom" reads as follows: "The power to act, say or think as one wants without hindering or restraint." This meaning of the word as we know it has been forever lost to the way that society has been constructed, for the selfish purposes of control. Even in the United States of America, the advertised success story and posterchild for freedom, we know only strict parameters under which we can exercise such choice.

In the novel 1984, written by George Orwell, we

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