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  • Brother's Power
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    1984 Essay The individual is doomed to a desire for power, in a world where power is unattainable. In 1949 Eric Arthur Blair published a novel called 1984, under his pseudonym George Orwell. This is a book that has many underlying themes to it, and among the themes is the power struggle that exists between the characters and the government. Orwell reiterates the notion about a power struggle in the plot, the settings, and the characters. Absolute power corrupts absolutely; this is the unfailing ...
  • Thoughts Against The Party
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    1984 was written by George Orwell about a grim future in which people are controlled by a party known as the brotherhood which is led by Big Brother. The background of the story is that nuclear war has ravaged the earth and three superpowers have arisen out of the rubble, Oceania, Eurasia, and East asia, all of which are at war with each other. The leading party in Oceania, where the story take place, exerts and maintains its power through such techniques as the Spies, a youth group that encoura...
  • Radical Right Wing Parties In Europe
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    Right Wing Resurgence: Short Term Trend or Long Term Turmoil In the mist of a disgruntled working class, one Austrian born man rose to power, playing on their fears of immigrants, unemployment and globalization. By mixing social populism, xenophobia, German nationalism with personal charisma, he was able to make his political party one of the strongest in his nation. Many would believe that this would be a description of the infamous dictator Adolph Hitler. Rather, it is a description of Jorg Ha...
  • Party
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    The Party obliterated consciousness by providing humans with an imposed reality. Slogans that plastered the walls such as, War is Peace, Freedom is Slavery and Ignorance is Strength, brainwashed society. The Party used its robots to ratify all past documents so they were always coherent with what the Party said to be true. In this way, humans were made to be robots because the Party could program truth and reality into humans minds and make them believe whatever they wanted them to, which caused...
  • Girls On Their Power
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    The Girls Power in The Crucible and the Inner Party's Power in "1984 At face value, the concepts discussed in Orwell's "1984 are far removed from those in Miller's play The Crucible. One is a not-so optimistic view of the future, while the other demonstrates a rather low point in early American history. However, upon further examination, there is evidence that the notion of delegation of power is somewhat similar between the two. Compared to that of the girls, the means by which the crown of pow...
  • Example Of The Third Face Of Power
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    Four Faces of Power An example of the first face of power would be what we called Initiation Day at my old high school. At the beginning of the season, my field hockey team would be divided into big sisters and little sisters. The big sister (which is an upperclassman) has power over the little sister (an underclassman), to the extent that the little sister would do something she would not normally do. This is a form of hazing, because the big sister makes the little sister do something embarras...

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