Essay on Analysis Of George Orwell 's ' The Great Gatsby '

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Eyes all Over Imagine having every thought, every spoken word, the entire world completely stalked by someone watching on the other side of a digitized screen. There is no such thing as freedom in 1984 by George Orwell. The entire population is brainwashed into thinking that the world is some sort of perfect heaven, when in reality, it is just a hopeless dark hole. They also think that they are protected and looked out for in the best interest by Big Brother. This whole image of Big Brother is made up to have complete ownership of the entire mass of Oceania. Big Brother was never labeled as a real person or just an image of the Party. This leaves the majority of the population in horrid living conditions, which they think is acceptable. On the other end of the spectrum, there is a small group of people, which makes up the top two percent, which consists of people who sip wine in spacious mansions. The Oceanic society consist of three social groups which include the inner party, the highest group, the outer party, which is the most heavily monitored group, and the proles which make up about eighty-five percent of the population. The proles are somewhat avoided and in a way they do as they please since they are majority of the population. The inner party does not want to agitate anyone so they do not challenge authority.The slogan that they are titled with is “Proles and animals are free” CITATION As the party constantly rewrites history majority of the people that inhabit…

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