The Hidden Authors Of George Orwell In 1984, By George Orwell
Life, in the 1940s and 1950s, was unfair for the poor. If you were poor during the 1940s and 50s, you probably worked in a factory. This could be a factor that contributed to the success of Animal Farm. Animal Farm’s hidden meaning is most likely what got it to sell, but what about Nineteen Eighty-Four?
1984 is a novel set in the future. It is a setting of hopelessness because if you independently think or express love, you can get into serious trouble. “Big Brother” is a system that is always watching you. Winston, the main character, and his love interest, Julia, start rebelling against “Big Brother.” They join forces with another rebel, O’Brien, who gives them a book. Winston and Julia read the book, eventually became bored, and went to sleep.
Winston awakes many hours later to find that he is being tortured and it is O’Brien as the torturer. Winston is being tortured until he says that he loves Big Brother. When Winston resists, O’Brien brings out Winston’s biggest fear, rats. Winston finally says that he loves Big Brother convincingly. The reader finds out that the same has been done to Julia. Years pass, and Winston and Julia have been successfully …show more content…
1984 tells a genuinely good story about two people. “Nineteen Eighty-Four is Orwell’s most famous work” (Knapp). Perhaps 1984’s plot beats Animal Farm’s hidden meaning.
At this point, it is safe to say that George Orwell was a great author. Eric Arthur Blair has a myriad of books, with millions of copies being sold, and a deep meaning behind his second most popular book. The plots to Orwell’s books are fantastic and he deserves all of the praise he receives. Mr. Orwell’s writing is a boon and is influential still today. George Orwell or Eric Arthur Blair is truly one of the greatest authors in