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  • Winston Smith 1984

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    1984 analysis The book Nineteen-eighty four by George Orwell is a dystopian fiction novel is based thirty years in the future. Where The main character Winston Smith lives in a totalitarian government that took over the United Kingdom but is now called Oceania. This scary novel shows what it would be like living in such a government where the rich are the leaders and then the rest are in the working class and they get oppressed, watched and treated very poorly. Nineteen eighty four is based on

  • The Hero Of Winston Smith As A Hero

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    The journey of a hero usually begins with downfall and ends with success. However, with Winston it is the other way around, his journey starts at success and ends with downfall. But that shouldn’t unqualify him from being a hero. Winston Smith is the hero of the novel because he shows courage, and has a strong mentality and he continuously looks past limitations. He basically was willing to do anything for what he believed in, an example of this could be when he made a promise to O’Brien saying that

  • Characterization Of Winston Smith '

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    Characterization Winston Smith: "Do you realize that the past, starting from yesterday, has been actually abolished? If it survives anywhere, it 's in a few solid objects with no words attached to them, like that lump of glass there. Already we know almost literally nothing about the Revolution and the years before the Revolution. Every record has been destroyed or falsified, every book has been rewritten, every picture has been repainted, every statue and street and building has been renamed,

  • How Does Orwell Use Language In 1984

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    1984 by George Orwell is an analysis on the importance of language in the formulation of thought. The book starts of with the line “It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks struck thirteen,” establishing from the start that the government in charge has manipulated all aspects of society, even time itself (Orwell 1). The regime in power-Big Brother’s governments-is authoritarian, forcing propaganda at every turn and controlling, however its worst crime is not disappearing its people and subjecting

  • The Fall Of Big Brother In George Orwell's 1984

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    With the power hungry Party and the most acknowledged face of Big Brother watching and monitoring everybody, the story of “1984” by George Orwell expresses the utmost control over their people and have the absolute power with their country Oceania. The Party believes that Big Brother will live on forever, because of the constant removal of those who are unfaithful and the rewriting of history. However, with the example of the main character showing disobedience against the Party, there is a chance

  • Allegory Of The Cave By George Orwell Analysis

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    As Winston Smith reflects, “The horrible thing about the Two Minutes Hate was not that one was obliged to act a part, but that it was impossible to avoid joining in.” (Orwell, 16) The Two Minutes Hate takes the rage that persons may feel toward the lack of control

  • Examples Of Dystopia In 1984

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    for people who expressed themselves. Winston masked his reaction to Big Brother’s commands to avoid retaliation from his government. Likewise, Winston lives in fear of the surveillance that can possible convict him of being a Thought Criminal. “ Winston made, above the level of a very low whisper, would be picked up...no way of knowing whether you were being watched at any given moment. How often, or on what system the Thought Police plugged in on any

  • Why Is There A Lack Of Power In George Orwell's Novel 1984

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    George Orwell’s novel, 1984, is quite simply about a totalitarian superpower that has been formed in Oceania following World War II. Winston Smith is a very depressed and troubled man that does not particularly like the government. There are many reasons as to why Winston is wanting to be rebellious in the first place. First off, there is a complete lack of privacy at all times, especially as they are constantly being watched in their homes. Therefore, freedom is entirely removed as the government

  • Big Brother In George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four 1984

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    ignorance is strength. However, the protagonist, Winston Smith, convinces himself that his society is backward. Anyone who goes against the party becomes known as a thought criminal and disappears forever. Winston can’t conform to this society and knows there is something fundamentally wrong with it. Winston shows a lot of bravery rebelling against the Party causing him to be very admirable. Winston is admirable because he rebels against the Party. Winston who is just an everyday guy has a very hard life

  • Role Of Dystopia In 1984 By George Orwell

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    The novel “1984”, by George Orwell, epitomizes the Dystopia. Winston Smith is a member of the Outer Party from Oceania. He feels discouraged by the stern control of the Party, which forbids free thoughts and expression of individuality. He works in the Records Department of the Ministry of Truth. His role is to forge the historical documents to fit the needs of the Party. He feels anxiety by the Party’s control of history. He realizes their hypocrisy, and then resists the totalitarian Party. Also

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