Essay about George Orwell And Cat 's Cradle By Kurt Vonnegut

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Growing up, all my teachers told me to read books. They told me that reading books is good for your and, it would make you smarter. When I was younger, I really didn’t understand how reading fiction books made me smarter. I always thought non-fiction were the books to increase your knowledge because they were real events. Real is better than fake so, I really didn’t understand how you could learn from fictional books until now. Because I thought that you couldn’t learn from reading, I stopped and lost my interest for reading. After reading 1984 and Cat’s Cradle over summer, my passion for reading was rekindled. These two books illustrated how a fictional book is capable of being educational. From these two books, I finally understood that a book can be classified as stellar and scholarly if it teaches you life lessons, makes you reflect on society, life, and ponder about our world. Since 1984 by George Orwell and Cat’s Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut are both books that exemplify the classification of an exceptional book, I believe it would be my moral duty to make sure that these two book stay on the reading list so students can rekindle their love for reading just like the books did for me. 1984 is a dystopian novel written by George Orwell. The novel revolves around a central focus the downfalls of totalitarian regime. Adolf Hitler, Joseph Stalin, and Kim Jong-Un are all leaders in a totalitarian society and, 1984 paints a vivid image of how it is to stay and live in that…

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