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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: ...
  • Party Citizens And Proles
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    1984: Summary Nineteen eighty four is a tale of future society, a society in which independent thinking is a crime punishable by death. This is also a society who's leaders are self serving and don't set their goals for the common good by which all of the society will benefit. The party doesn't need to justify its selfish ways because it holds all of the power. The symbol of the party was Big Brother. The idealism of blind loyalty was embodied in this symbol. It was the centre of control. The Pa...
  • People Against The Party
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    Summary of 1984 The story begins with Winston, the main character, coming back to his apartment from his job at the Ministry of Truth. Winston job was to change recorded events, predictions made by the Party, and documents to make then correct. In actuality his job was to falsify history to whatever was in the Partys current best interest. Whatever the Party said must always be correct and un disputable, there fore history was constantly being rewritten by people like Winston. One of the Partys ...
  • 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...
  • One Scene Winston And Julia
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    1984 The novel 1984 is a futuristic portrayal of the world in the year 1984. The main characters Winston and Julia fall in love with each other but are caught and purified of all their wrong doings. In the end they betray each other because of the pressure of the party. The party is a group that controls society in these ways: Manipulation of Reality, Invasion of Privacy, and Desensitization. In this novel the party manipulates reality in one way through the use of changing the past. They do thi...
  • Oceania Executive Level Members Of The Party
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    Newspeak Newspeak vaporized the minds of the citizen of Oceania, who were members of The Party. Imagine being in an environment in which you were not able to think. Imagine being treated like a robot. Imagine having no feelings like a robot, doing only what you are ordered to do, nothing for yourself. Welcome to Oceania, the utopian society of 1984 by George Orwell. In Oceania executive level members of The Party used Newspeak to gain control of the minds of lower level - common - party members....
  • 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...
  • Party's Oppressive Political Control
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    Summary On a cold day in April of 1984, a man named Winston Smith returns to his home, a dilapidated apartment building called Victory Mansions. Thin, frail, and thirty-nine years old, it is painful for him to trudge up the stairs because he has a varicose ulcer above his right ankle. The elevator is always out of service so he does not try to use it. As he climbs the staircase, he is greeted on each landing by a poster depicting an enormous face, underscored by the words 'BIG BROTHER IS WATCHIN...
  • Proles From The Party Members In 1984
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    1984: Ignorance is Strength The novel 1984 reveals a society comparable to that of the year 1984. This society has progressed, and continues to progress in the direction pointed out by George Orwell. 'Impossible!' ; , everyone says. 'We would never allow ourselves to be controlled that way!' ; These same people go home and turn on their televisions in order to soak up some more 'truths'; presented by their 'honorable'; leaders. These are today's proles. Hitler and Stalin burned libraries. Mas Ts...
  • One's Usefulness To The Totalitarian Society
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    The Government and Total Human Control In Ray Bradbury's novel Fahrenheit 451, in George Orwell's 1984, and in Aldous Huxley's Brave New World a unifying thread is present-the government must have total control of all aspects of society. It must control thought, it must control media, and it must control one's usefulness to the totalitarian society. In Fahrenheit 451, the government assumes total control by banning all books and other reading material. By banning and burning the contraband if ne...
  • Party's Orders
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    Dan MeachenLack of Humanity Humanity includes a person's range of emotions, the actions that result from them, and a person's identity. If the government can control the humanity of its people, then the government is in complete control of its people. In George Orwell's 1984, the government maintains a complete control of its population through its manipulation of people's humanity. The Inner Party (often referred to simply as the Party), the governing force in Oceania, hopes that by removing pe...
  • Said Stalin
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    Beau Walsh Autobiography Life in Russia as a working class laborer Yuri, a middle aged Russian peasant labor worker sat talking with his friend Valerie; the year was 1940 and the two men sat together drinking a bottle of vodka while discussing the last thirty years of their lives. Valerie turned to Yuri and said you tell me about the last thirty years and how do you feel about things were and how they are now. All right said Yuri, I ll tell you but it's just between us, you agree; and with the n...
  • Contrasts With Orwell's Society Of 1984
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    Since the onset of the United States, Americans have always viewed the future in two ways; one, as the perfect society with a perfect government, or two, as a communistic hell where free will no longer exists and no one is happy. The novel 1984 by George Orwell is a combination of both theories. On the "bad" side, a communist state exists which is enforced with surveillance technology and loyal patriots. On the "good" side, however, everyone in the society who was born after the hostile takeover...
  • Control Of The Party
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    George Orwell^s vision of the world in the year 1984 is horrific and chilling. Written in 1949, this piece of literature is an everlasting classic that reminds us that history is a vital part of human existence, although we often forget it. The past, present, and future are as changeable as human opinions and beliefs. In this book, Orwell highlighted on some of the fears that many people have for the world that we are creating. The control of the Party that he speaks of is like that of the Nazis...
  • Lack Of Familial Bonds
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    In 1984 George Orwell suggests that the repression of family bonds, human individuality, and artistic expression in order to attain a stable environment makes the achievement of a perfect state unrealistic. A perfect state in this situation refers to epitomized, idealistic, utopian society. This is a place where not only does the community run smoothly, but each member of the society is content and well. It is shown that the society examined, Oceania, does not possess family values nor attempts ...
  • Way Revolution
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    One way a Revolution ignites is by a government being unfair to the people. Like the way King George was being with the colonists, the way he was taxing the colonists by passing the acts like the Stamp Act and Sugar Act and all the other acts he passed to tax them. That causes people to rebel just like the colonists and then it starts problems and the problems only get bigger and bigger until it gets out of control and does exactly what happened when America was founded. Another way a Revolution...
  • Its Control Over The Future
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    Big Brother Is Watching You. This single line sums up the fear of George Orwell's frightening futuristic society. 1984 provides a terrifying glimpse of an all too possible society where there is no freedom, no rights, and no hope. There is only mindless obedience and compliance. Many details contribute to this portrait, such as the four ministries that rule the super-state of Oceania, the Thought Police, and even the language of Newspeak. However, the most startling facet is the alteration of hi...
  • Party Of The Totalitarian State Oceania
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    A totalitarian government is a "modern autocratic government in which the state involves itself in all facets of society, including the daily life of its citizens" (Bartleby). One person or an elite few who share similar views are usually in charge of the state and impose their totalitarian views upon the citizens. Throughout history, we have been aware of the presence of totalitarian states such as: Nazi Germany under Hitler, the Soviet Union under Stalin, Fascist Italy under Mussolini, and the...
  • Inner Party
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    Newspeak is a name given to the fore coming language of the totalitarian society portrayed in the novel Nineteen Eighty-Four. The language itself is a supposed creation by Big Brother, the fictitious political figure made up by the Inner Party – the government of Oceania, ING SOC. The language of Newspeak is the product of diminishing and reducing of words thought unnecessary in the existing language – the same as Modern English – by the government, resulting in a smaller vocab...
  • Part Of The Vast Political Entity Oceania
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    1) How long do you practice? Where? When? 2) How do you prepare for games? 3) What's the best part of being on the team? 4) How do y'all bond? 5) What do you do during the class? 6) Why did you decide to join the team? 7) What qualifications do you need to meet to be a part of the team? 8) What's your favorite part of the games? 1984 Synopsis Published in 1949, Ninety Eighty-Four is Orwell's terrifying vision of a totalitarian future. Its hero, Winston Smith, is a worker at the Ministry of Truth...

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