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  • Winston And Julia
    897 words
    1984 By George Orwell, 1949 Main Characters Winston Smith - The 39 year old protagonist of the novel whose rebellion against Big Brother and the Party and love for Julia is completely wiped out by O'Brian at the Ministry of Love. Julia - Member of the Junior Anti-Sex league who becomes Winston's secret lover and fellow rebel. O'Brian - Member of the Inner-Party who learns that Winston has rebellious tendencies and sets a trap for him over the course of 7 years and ultimately destroys him. Big Br...
  • United Kingdom The Southern Counties Of Ireland
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    The modern political history of Ireland can be separated into two time periods. The first period is it's time spent under British rule as only one territory of the United Kingdom. The second period, which represents the beginning of the modern Irish state, took place during the early twentieth century. The road to national sovereignty was neither easy nor short as Britain was far from eager to let its dependent state go. The first organized movement towards independence occurred in 1916 when rev...
  • Outer Party Members In 1984
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    Comparison of 1984 and Animal Farm In George Orwell's 1984 and Animal Farm, reality is defined by what the leaders tell the commoners it is, and the idea of individuality and free thought are abolished in order to preserve that reality. 1984 demonstrated the concept of a perceived reality versus a true reality, and Animal Farm revealed that reality is in the beholder. The Outer Party members in 1984 were oblivious to the true reality of their lives and blindly accepted whatever was told to them....
  • Rules Of The Black Panther Party
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    Rules of the Black Panther Party Every member of the Black Panther Party throughout this country of racist America must abide by these rules as functional members of this party. Central Committee members, Central Staffs, and Local Staffs, including all captains subordinated to either national, state, and local leadership of the Black Panther Party will enforce these rules. Length of suspension or other disciplinary action necessary for violation of these rules will depend on national decisions b...
  • Members Homes And Many Regulatory Policies
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    Congressmen and Their Influences The notion that a Congressman ran for office for unselfish goals and went away to Washington to serve his country and represent his neighbors seems quaint compared to the way that we currently regard members of congress. Recent views have suggested that most people felt that while the institution on the whole was corrupt, but that their representative was a good person and servant of the electorate. More and more each member is scrutinized and judged harsher by t...
  • 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...
  • 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....
  • Members Of The Bolshevik Party
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    The congress led to the creation of Commissions for Agitation and Propaganda among Working Women. Their special methods of political work were elaborated by Kollontai at the Eighth Congress of the party in March 1919. She explained that because women were politically backward, the party had not had much success in trying to approach and recruit them based on general political appeals. Furthermore, she argued that it was women's oppression, which led to their lack of involvement in political life...
  • 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...
  • Winston And Julia
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    Major Characters Winston Smith - the protagonist and main character of the novel. He is an intellectual middle aged man of 39 and a member of the Outer Party. He is also an honest man who questions and rebels against the lonely and insecure life, stripped of all human feelings, in the state of Oceania. He falls in love with Julia and is punished for the relationship with her. The first name reminds one of the famous British statesman, Winston Churchill, and the surname Smith is a very common Eng...
  • Party Of The Novel 1984
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    Renee Brin do-Vas Period 6 / March 8,200 AP English The Normality of Mind Control Mind control is more common then many people think. Take Television, for instance. Most people won't admit that commercials and TV shows influence them, but of course they do. People buy cars, peanut butter, and soda because of the advertising they see in newspapers adds, magazines, and billboards. Many people don't realize that the information they receive is chosen by someone else. Someone else controls how much ...
  • Seven Msp's Through The Additional Member System
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    The Additional Member System which is used by the Scottish parliament is more representative of the way in which the public vote than the First Past the Post used in the General Election. There are many arguments for and against the use of the additional member system and the advantages it gives the electorate. Many believe that it is more representative of the views of the voter as it produces a more representative view of the votes than first past the post does. The additional member system wo...
  • New Party And The New Program
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    Adolf Hitler and the DAP- The German Workers' Union was conceived by Anton Drexler on the seventh of March, 1918. Drexler's union consisted of about forty members, most of whom were railwaymen, that were banded together by shared sentiments of fierce nationalism, anti-Semitism, and support for the war effort. Previous to the end of World War I, this small union carried the rather verbose title of the "Free Labor Committee for a Good Peace. ' At this time the organization adhered to a rather stra...

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