Essay about Analysis Of George Orwell 's ' 1984 '

1067 Words May 6th, 2016 null Page
If one were to read the book 1984 written by George Orwell, there would be a conclusion the state of society would be a dystopian society, which can be defined by “a society characterized by human misery, as squalor, oppression, disease, and overcrowding,” (“The Definition of Dystopia,”). The same conclusion could be made of the movie Divergent. In 1984, the people that live in the society are closely watched and they can be executed by simply thinking something that were to go against their style of government. In Divergent, a similar concept, yet different aspect of dystopia, is found when seeing how the government splits people up into factions depending on their personalities, and encourages them to not have any sympathy feelings towards the other. The government encourages the people to put factions over blood when members of a family are split up into different factions, thus creating the control over their feelings. Both scenarios take advantage of the increasing capabilities of technology, and it is used on the side of the government to have a sense of control over people. Due to the attempt to control every aspect of the human nature, there are some people who have the ability to break free from the government demands which creates the concept of rebellion and a dystopian society that is present in both 1984 and Divergent. When reading and meanwhile analyzing the book 1984, the people who live in the province are outnumbered by these screens given the name…

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