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

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A society that has completely brainwashed their citizens and gained complete control over the outer party has one flaw: Winston Smith. Winston senses something is wrong in the society he lives in and believes he should rebel against it. 1984 is set in the imagined future George Orwell assumes will happen in 1984. Government is in complete control over its citizens and the citizens fully comply with whatever the government wants them to do.

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George Orwell, born as Eric Arthur Blair, was a man of deep feelings who addressed some of the major political developments of his time including fascism, communism and imperialism.

Child of a British government servant, George Orwell spent his early days in India, where his father was stationed. About a year after his birth, his mother brought him and his older sister, Marjorie, to England and settled in Henley-on-Thames. His father remained behind in India and rarely visited the family in England. Orwell did not really know his father until he resigned from the service in 1912. But even after that, the two of them never formed a solid bond. George Orwell believed his dad to be dull and conservative.

Orwell 's first word was "beastly," according to one biography. He was an ill child, who frequently combatted bronchitis and the flu. Orwell started to develop a love for writing at an early age, supposedly composing his first poem around the age of four. One of his first literary triumphs came at 11…

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