Power In George Orwell's Big Brother Is Watching You

Superior Essays
Qini Yang
Professor Sanders
ENC 1102
5 December 2016 “Big Brother is Watching You” The book, 1984, written by George Orwell, which describes the people 's living conditions and social status in a highly centralized political system. “Any time power is centralized in a government — be it economic or political power — individual freedom diminishes” (Orwell ln 20). In 1984, George Orwell to convey his point of views on power by the authoritarian government of Oceania. The novel "1984" is made up of 16 chapters, it takes the development of irony, start with down with “big brother” and ends with the love of “big brother.” Described in the book of life to break the imagination of people for a better society. Power has always been a problem in society. The debate over who has power, who lack it, and what is done with the power to influence society. Personal privacy and space not allowed in 1984. Everyone is always under observation, even by their family
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