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  • Oceania's Government
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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. ...
  • 1984 Subliminal Messages
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    1984 I think that today's society is a 'half version' of George Owell's novel, 1984, in some ways it is similar and in others, uniquely different. The closest we come today to a 'Big Brother' is the mob. The people are also controlled by watchful security cameras and subliminal messages. However, something in life today is very different from that of 1984, it is the people. In the words of the famous lyricist, 'Power to the People. ' In analyzing 'Big Brother,' there are similarities between it ...
  • Totalitarian System Of Government
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    Larry He nagin term paper English George Orwell's novel, 1984 serves as a warning for us to be on guard against the intrusive power of government and the potential growth of totalitarianism. Therefore, with the recent collapse of communism and the rearrangement of European states, it is reasonable to state that 1984 is still relevant today. A number of critics have not only praised Orwells's novel but also recognized its importance for today. 1984 enables students to comprehend the oppression cr...
  • Similarities Between 1984 And 2000
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    The vision of the future that Orwell presents in 1984 has not become antiquated and invalid in the real world of 2000. In fact, the society of Oceania has the possibility of existing in today's world. There are many parallel similarities between the community described in 1984 and the community of 2000. These parallels prove the likelihood of an Oceanic society existing today. Some of these major similarities include the desire for all people to blend in, the strong socialistic tendencies in wor...
  • Big Brother Government
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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 ...
  • Orwell's People Of Oceania
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    1984: "a Reality In Our Society?' Essay, 1984: "a Reality In Our Society?' English 1 Jacqueline Stevens 1984 1984: "A reality in our Society?' I originally thought that George Orwell's 1984 was ridiculous, and extreme. I thought that the novel was written to show us how good we had it. I couldn't understand why Oceania's government needed to control it's people, and bring them down to a mindless existence; but after taking in the story as a whole, and thinking about the natural replacement of po...
  • Dictatorship Government Of 1984
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    Shortly 1984 Government and Power Shortly before the birth of Christ, a group of people emerged to form a power that would be the authority of their empire. These people were the Romans. The Romans were probably the first group of people who had an organized government. Nearly two thousand years later every country in this world has some form of modern government. Some forms of government today are the American Democracy, the Monarchy of England and Communism of Cuba. In the novel 1984 there is ...

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