People 'Rights And Freedom In' 1984, By George Orwell's 1984

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In the book 1984 written by George Orwell, the author wanted the readers to understand the message he has created. The message that he has conveyed throughout the book was that the Party took away many of the individual’s rights and freedoms. Orwell has shown specific examples of how the peoples’ rights are taken away throughout the text. Some of these examples include the people do not have their own privacy in their homes, control over their own thoughts, as well as control over emotions. Orwell may have given these examples for the readers to be able to relate the novel to the government today. Today the government uses security cameras and phone records to be able to keep an eye on their citizens. In 1984, George Orwell has created the message of the government took away the peoples’ individual rights and freedoms with the use of the telescreens, control over thoughts, and control over emotions. The government has taken away the peoples’ rights of privacy with the use of telescreens. They would watch over everyone within the Party. The government has introduced a new technology of telescreens. These were what they use to watch over everyone they need to. The telescreens can watch over an entire group of people at all times, this made sure nothing illegal happened. An example of something illegal that could happen within the Party would be, committing thought crime. Thought crime is when someone wants or thinks something that is against what the Party believes. Another

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