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  • Party Controls Reality
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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: ...
  • Winston And Julia
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    1984, George Orwell Winston is the unfortunate victim of a totalitarian society gone haywire. In Oceania 1984, the Party has complete control over every aspect of its citizens' lives. Tele screens that monitor their movements are found in every house and apartment. If a member of the Thought Police catches you so much as gritting your teeth during one of Big Brother's speeches, it's off to the Missionary of Love to be interrogated about your partaking in a conspiracy against the Party. It's a ti...
  • Rules Of Big Brother
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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...
  • Happy For The Party
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    Big Brother Is Watching You My name is Winston Smith, a man of 39 living in Oceania, and I am the last sane man on earth. I believe the date to be 1984, even though I have no real proof of it. London, as I know it, is a place devastated by hunger and disrepair. A place where every action and thought are closely monitored. For as long as I can remember, the Party has been in control. The principles of Ingsoc 1 and Big Brother have been dictating public interest here since the 40's. Even though I ...
  • Members Of The Party And The Proles
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    1984: The Party Has Many Slogans In George Orwell's 1984, the Party, the government of Oceania, has many slogans. One of the sayings is "Big Brother Is Watching You". Despite the fact that the slogan is only mentioned a few times throughout the novel, it embodies the government that Orwell has created. We first learn of the slogan when the setting is described on the first page of the book. Orwell depicts, in explicit detail, the sights, sounds, and smells of Oceania. When illustrating the hallw...
  • Stalin And Big Brother
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    The terrors of a totalitarian government presented in George Orwell's 1984 apply not only to the Party, but also to the Stalinist Russia of the 1930's. Frightening similarities exist between these two bodies which both started out as forms of government, and then mutated into life-controlling political organizations which "subordinated all institutions and classes under one supreme power" (Buckler 924). Orwell shows how such a system can impose its will on the people through manipulation of medi...
  • Party Big Brother
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    Throughout the evolution of man, power and control have been idealized. When power is attained by manipulative dictators, citizens may initially view them as a means to satisfy their need for structure and direction. An author's grim prophecy of mankind in a totalitarian society is depicted in George Orwell's, 1984. Citizens in Oceania are governed by the Party Big Brother, which succeeds in controlling their actions and minds. The concept of oppression is taken to a new level, until there is no...
  • Party's Corrupt Control Of The Past
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    he was engaged in the attempt to strengthen legal constraints on trade unions still more tightly than had been proposed under the abortive reforms of Wilson's government. The resulting polarised climate of industrial relations led to the downfall of his government. The Dangers of Totalitarianism 1984 is a political novel written with the purpose of warning readers in the West of the dangers of totalitarian government. Having witnessed firsthand the horrific lengths to which totalitarian governme...
  • Big Brother And The Inner Party
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    Success is the main object of desire for many people in the world of today. In George Orwell's 1984, the author provides a speculative view to the future and brilliantly describes what would happen if ultimate success was attainable. George Orwell describes success in three extremes: those who succeed ultimately, those who fail miserably, and those who are neither capable of succeeding nor failing. In 1984, the success of the individual is forbidden, while the success of the Inner Party is ultim...
  • Lives Of The Outer Party And Proles
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    The quote "I know how but I don't know why" reflects George Orwell's motive for writing 1984, which is to show a society that is ruled by rigid totalitarianism and to present the objectives behind the governments originator and rulers. Throughout the book Orwell shows how the lives of the Outer Party and Proles are controlled from life till death. The main character Winston Smith is a member of the Outer Party which purpose in life is to work for Big Brother. Big Brother is divided into 4 divisi...
  • End Of The Party And 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 ...
  • In Soon's 18th Birthday
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    Hi, everybody Today is In Soon's 18th birthday. At first, let's congratulate her. 18th birthday is most important for everybody in his or her life. 18th birthday has a deep implication which is everybody will become an adult. Everybody looks forward to his or her 18th birthday; it's their dream. Oh yes, last night In Soon dreamt Mashimaro came to her birthday party, and gave her a Mashimare as a present. What a big surprise for her! Have you prepared a present for her? In this party, In Soon inv...
  • Here Winston
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    The book opens on a cold April day with 39-year-old Winston Smith returning to his dilapidated flat in Victory Mansions. The hallway sports an enormous poster of a man known as Big Brother; the caption reads, "BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU". The eyes of the poster seem to follow Winston as he moves. Upon entering his flat, Winston dims the telescreen (where someone is reading statistics about pig-iron production), which can never be turned off completely, and which both receives and transmits. Out...
  • Orwell's Depiction Of Oceania In Many Ways
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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 depiction...
  • Winston's Rebellion Against Big Brother
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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...
  • Totalitarian Regimes Of Big Brother
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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...
  • Utopian Society And A Totalitarian Government
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    I thought Nineteen Eighty-Four was a unique vision, written in the period just after W.W. II. It details the life of one man, Winston Smith, and his struggles with an undoubtedly fascist government. The book is set approximately in the year 1984, in which Winston's society is ruled by a governing force known as "The Party'. At the head of this government is a fictional figure known as Big Brother, to whom all citizens must love and respect. In this society, privacy and freedom do not exist. Peop...
  • Their Trust In Big Brother
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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. ...
  • Braveness Against The Party In Many Ways
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    WINSTON SMITH Winston Smith, the main character in the novel 1984, rebels, acts stubborn, and shows braveness against the Party in many ways. The Party is a group who controls the people of Oceania. There are many rules that the people must abide by. If they don't and they get caught, they will be punished. Winston was one of those people who rebelled until he got caught. One of the ways he rebelled against the Party was at the beginning of the novel. Thinking negatively against the Party is a c...
  • Gin And The Party
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    Jess in Blossom Mrs., Mitchell AP English, 7th Hour 17 November, 1998 Beefeaters in 1984 Instantly, his face turned scarlet, and the water ran out of his eyes. The stuff was like nitric acid, and moreover, in swallowing it one had the sensation of being hit on the head with a rubber club, (8). The effects of gin are similar to that of the rubber club of the inner party's domination and their absolute control. Gin is a crucial image in George Orwell's futuristic novel 1984. The gin further destro...

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