• Animal Farm In 1984
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    Animal Farm in 1984 Animal Farm and 1984, two novels both written by George Orwell, were both ways for Orwell to express his anti-totalitarian standpoint. Animal Farm gives a specific example of an oppressive government by using animals to represent real life characters during the Russian Revolution. 1984, on the other hand, is a general warning against the dangers of following a dictatorial government. Overall, both novels utilize the parallels of the characters and the changing of the past, de...
  • Big Brother Party Reality Control
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    1984: The Control of Reality for Control of the Masses 3 KEY POINTS: 1. The Party Controls History 2. The Party Controls the Conditions of Human Psychology 3. The Party Controls god. How The Party Controls Reality: How does the party controls history? How does it affect the present? How does scarcity affect human psychology? What role does Big Brother play? Outline: Introduction: State Topics: The Party Controls Reality to control the people It controls History, Psychology and god. Paragraph 1: ...
  • 1984 Compared To Cults
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    In the book 1984, written by George Orwell, there is a group portrayed that is similar to what society would call a cult. A cult is defined as a religion or religious sect generally considered to be extremist or false, with its followers often living in an unconventional manner under the guidance of an authoritarian, charismatic leader. Total ism is described as the principle of complete and unrestricted power in government. The books main themes include language as mind control and psychologica...
  • Big Brother Winston Called Ministry
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    George Orwell's 1984 Introduction - This story takes place in a state called Oceania. The main characters introduced are Winston Smith who is a worker on one of the four branches of government on Oceania. This four branches are "The Ministry of Truth " where they or remove all past documents such as books, newspapers, magazines, records, tapes and anything containing information about the past and are rewritten with the "accurate" meaning of whatever the Government (known as "Big Brother") wants...
  • Big Brother Winston Book Orwell
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    Powerful and eloquent describes the satirical novel, "Nineteen Eighty- Four"; written by George Orwell. The fact that it was written in 1949 is amazing as many of the things that Orwell prophesied have come to pass in the decades since. Nineteen Eighty-Four, is considered Orwell s greatest work; it has become a Bible for many around the world because it makes a bold statement about humanity. The book details life in a totalitarian society; it is neither light, happy or colourful yet we feel an u...
  • Big Brother People Party London
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    In modern day life, people have many rights and freedoms that they can claim by being citizens of the United States of America. The citizens of the United States are to abide by the laws and regulations set by the government, but they also have many privileges that help them to prosper and live a happy life. In George Orwell's book, 1984, the citizens of London are troubled by the horrific laws that are made by the ruling class, called the Party. The Party sets many laws, and uses mind control t...
  • 1984 Literary Analysis Big Brother
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    1984's main character is Winston Smith, a man who doubts the ethics of the over powering tyrannical government that rules Oceania, one of three superstates in the world of 1984. Big Brother, the given to the government in the book, has developed its own language, is at constant war with the other two superstates, and watches its citizens at all times. The book starts off with Winston slowly figuring out that Big Brother is not exactly what it seems and in this society thinking for yourself has b...
  • 1984 Big Brother
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    1984's main character is Winston Smith, a man who doubts the righteousness of the totalitarian government (Big Brother) that rules Oceania, one of three superstates in the world of 1984. We begin the book with Winston, and learn that Big Brother is quite fictional. The government has developed its own language, is at constant war with the other two superstates, and watches its citizens at all times. As Winston's rebellion progresses, we notice that Big Brother is not as unrealistic as we think. ...
  • Big Brother Winston Thought Book
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    "War is peace; Freedom is slavery; Ignorance is strength" (7). This is the world of Winston Smith. These are the slogans of the Party. The Party is a totalitarian political group, which has control of Airstrip One, formerly England. In George Orwell's book, 1984, the atmosphere created in the book is that of total control by one man- Big Brother. Big Brother is the leader of the Party and can make people think whatever he wants them to think (32). A large part of the atmosphere is represented b...
  • Animal Farm 1984 Big Brother
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    Animal farm and 1984 Napoleon, the leader of all the animals of the Rebellion, can be compared and contrasted with Big Brother, the leader of all the people of 1984. Both Big Brother and Napoleon show the qualities of a cruel ruler. Similar to Big Brother, Napoleon is a secretive plotter who works behind the scenes rather than openly. However, unlike Napoleon, Big Brother periodically appears on the television screen. Napoleon and Big Brother both work continually to weaken their rivals, whether...
  • Big Brother People Man One
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    The essence of leaders in many and all countries brings a bit a fear into the hearts of all citizens. Yet when the ruling ways of leaders are taken too far, this fear will become more until the people of the country are reduced to mechanical beings doing every wish of their master. This may seem drastic, yet many of today's leaders are doing the minimum in order to lead their people to being such mechanical's. Such a man is Saddam Hussain. This leader of Iraq has turned his countrymen into hate...
  • 1984 Big Brother
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    In George Orwell s novel 1984, technology plays a strong role in the basic structures of a book. The most apparent piece of technology is the telescreen. These devices are setup everywhere for the use of the people s entertainment and the party s. They are objects that not only allow you to watch them and hear them like a television but in return you yourself are watched and heard by the party. They prove that the slogan of the totalitarian government Big Brother Is Watching You is true. If you...
  • Big Brother Winston Brien Party
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    In 1984, George Orwell writes of a totalitarian society that has manipulated its followers while rewriting the past. Orwell writes of technology that abolishes privacy and is the cause of perpetual fear. This technology is referred to as tele screens. The party of Big Brother controls this technology and controls the minds of its party members by a major concept called doublethink. This form of twisted logic is used to manipulate the society and confuse those who are not so easily oppressed. The...
  • 1984 And Animal Farm
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    Napoleon, the leader of all the animals of the Rebellion, can be compared and contrasted with Big Brother, the leader of all the people of 1984. Both Big Brother and Napoleon show the qualities of a cruel ruler. Similar to Big Brother, Napoleon is a secretive plotter who works behind the scenes rather than openly. However, unlike Napoleon, Big Brother periodically appears on the television screen. Napoleon and Big Brother both work continually to weaken their rivals, whether it is by removing S...
  • Evaluation Of George Orwell's 1984
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    Evaluation of George Orwell's 1984. 1984 is a remarkable futuristic novel by George Orwell about how life would be under an oligarchic regime. Northern stage, a local acting group, performed it. George Orwell wrote the stunning play in 1948. He based the play on how he thought life would be like in 1984 and how a strict association would rule it. He thought everyone would be the same, act the same and have to be dressed the same and they were to show no emotion towards each other. Northern stag...
  • Big Brother 1984 Government Telescreen
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    The book is 1984 by George Orwell. It is a shocking and scary view of the future from a writer in the 1940's. This book tells of a society which is ruled by fear and ignorance, where "Big Brother' is the government is always watching you, and ruling you subconscioulsy. Orwell wrote this as a warning against the common persons becoming complacent and overly trusting in their leaders. What I learned from this book, is that what happens in this fictional novel, can easily happen to our present day...
  • Big Brother People Orwell Cameras
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    George Orwell's 1984 was a book on how the government, Big Brother, had total control over the people of Oceania. There are many reasons to believe that our own world is slowly becoming the nightmare. Since the publication in 1949, Orwell? s novel has consistently trigured heated debates about whether or not our society has become like Oceania, how accurate Orwell? s predictions were, and which political parties? philosophies most resemble Ing soc. The world we live in resembles Orwell? s depict...
  • 1984 By George Orwell 1984
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    Could the world portrayed in 1984 ever really exist? This question haunts readers from the first to the last pages of Orwell s novel. Sadly, the answer is yes; or at least Orwell hopes that readers will leave 1984 accepting the possibility enough to question government and tread cautiously into the future. Orwell intends to portray Oceania just realistically enough to convince contemporary readers that such a society has, in fact, existed and could exist again if people forget the lessons taught...
  • Big Brother Party Regimes Totalitarian
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    1984 Compared To Stalinist Russia And Nazi 1984 Compared To Stalinist Russia And Nazi Germany When the year 1948 rolled around, the world was actively involved in a war between two superpowers, one with a government ruled by the people known as a republic, and the other ruled by one man known as a totalitarian regime. An author by the name of George Orwell provided a realistic insight into the future concerning the totalitarian regimes before and after 1948. This scary insight was symbolized wit...
  • 1984 Mislead To Lead Read 1984
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    Read the quote below and write an essay a dressing the issue (s) or points made within the quote. Cite information from 1984 to either prove or disprove your claim concerning the quote you selected. "The essential first step is for the government the realize that it cannot lead the public while misleading it.' Anthony Lake former U. S. State Department official The book 1984 easily disproves the quote said by Anthony Lake. It is the concept that the book is all about that proves Mr. Lake wrong....