Essay on Analysis Of George Orwell 's 1984

1948 Words Mar 29th, 2016 8 Pages
The world we live in is far from perfect. Societies are constantly rising and falling, because the perfect government has not yet been discovered. It is nearly impossible to appease every citizen in a society, though many leaders have attempted to do so in the past. A strong government must have complete control and a way to catch every curveball thrown at it. The falling of a society is usually due to elements that the government cannot control. There is one government so far in which all strong qualities are apparent, a society so strong that nothing can take it down; it is a society constructed to warn readers about the dangers of such an indestructible government. In George Orwell’s 1984, he has created a society so strong that it will continue indefinitely. One of the most important elements for a government to have is a rigid social structure. There must be the leader(s) at the top, followed by the rest of the citizens in a very specific order. Everybody has to have their place in the government, because too much crossover between the different casts could cause confusion and discontention within the society. In 1984, the Big Brother controls everyone and everything; he is the leader that others must follow, while still seen as a comrade to the people, hence the familial nickname. Directly below him are the wealthy, very fortunate Inner Party members who do most of the governing, then the comfortably living Outer Party members, and finally the proles. The…

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