Loss Of Privacy In 1984 By George Orwell

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George Orwell explores the privileges and normalities in our society that we take for granted in 1984. He tries to send us this message through the book in several different ways. One way he tries showing this is by showing us the loss of privacy all of the party members have in the book. The thought police monitors all of the party members 24/7 through telescreens, which are always watching and listening to everything they say or do, and even the smallest crime, such as even thinking the wrong thing, can result in death. In 1984, George Orwell argues that privacy is a necessity not a privilege, loss of individuality negatively influences society, and that physiological manipulation can completely change a person.
Privacy is arguably the most

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