George Orwell 's Nineteen Eighty Four

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Nineteen Eighty-four is a story of complete re-creation of what was believe to happen during the time of nineteen eighty-four. There was suppose to be a a division of the world into three separate powers. George Orwell wrote this story as a warning of what might happen if we become totalitarian. The story is made out to be a fore-warning from Orwell of might happen if we ignore the thought a revolution(“Enduring relevance of George Orwell” 5). George Orwell showed everyone what it would be like to have the government have total control over the people. Nineteen Eighty-Four explains George Orwells thoughts on how the totalitarian government controlled the people, the problems that are caused from lack of privacy, the emotional effects leading from the force of no individualism, and the obstacles produced from the lack of connection from person to person. The world was divided into three great powers called Oceania, Eurasia, and Eastasia. The story was based on how their was a risk that a totalitarian government was going to take over. During these times it was feared that communism would take over Europe, resulting in an overtake of communism around the world. The book describes the aggressive class differences between people.Winston says in the book, “In the end the party would announce two and two made five, and you would have to believe it”(Part I Chapter VII Page 80). Winston stated that in hopes that it would help us understand the level of control the government had
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