Nineteen Eighty-Four By George Orwell: Literary Analysis
The party does not have a surveillance around them as much as they do with the outer party members. However, the proles, do not have access to the real history, news and such. Under the party’s supervision, the history is re-written according to the current situation. (Orwell,1949, …show more content…
Therefore (Orwell, 1949) someone who controls the past, also controls the present. This creates a lack of class consciousness, which results in ignorance and unawareness. One of the reasons that proles are not monitored because they lack the understanding in order to rebel against the party.
Their freedom is based on ignorance. They are free because they do not have the time or the ability to think. Hence they are bound to be the slaves of the system, and their own minds even though they think they that are