Essay on Analysis Of George Orwell 's 1984

1244 Words Mar 13th, 2016 5 Pages
In “1984”, George Orwell’s writing focuses on socialism came from his life experiences, and his book by the politics and historical events of the 1940s. He also used “1984” as a warning against the terrors of a totalitarian and communist society. In “1984”, there is diverse comparisons between events that happened in the real world. Orwell’s challenges the, domination and control that the government has over the people, and the power that the government has over people minds, making people think how they want to.
In “1984” the society had a totalitarian government just as Hitler, They controlled everything from history, thoughts, behavior, emotions, language etc. They controlled people life 's from the morning to the night. In chapter 3 of book 3, while O’Brien was brainwashing Winston, O’Brien explains that "The Party seeks power entirely for its own sake. We are not interested in the good of others; we are interested solely in power. Not wealth or luxury or long life or happiness: only power, pure power.” (Orwell 263). Hitler quickly became a dictatorship and his government called the Third Reich did not give much space for freedom. The government controlled every part of people life, during Hitler’s government he always looked for power, to intimidate the society. Literary critic Isaacs Asimov claims that "1984 attempted to show what life would be like in a world of total evil, in which those controlling the government keeps themselves in power by brute force, by…

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