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  • Identity And Colonialism In The Shadow Lines By Amitav Ghosh

    The Shadow Lines discusses the effects of fear on memory, the connection between the past and the present in narrator’s own identity, the life story of an Indian boy there and in London. The crucial and historical events like communal riots of 1963-64 in Dhaka, World War II, Partition of India, and Swadeshi Movement that occurred in 1980s are recalled by the narrator and these memories traumatize the narrator. The aspect of cosmopolitanism is found in the character of Ila. The protagonist is…

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  • Examples Of Memory In Fahrenheit 451

    (AGG) In the novel Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury explores what happens to a society in which knowledge and memory are regulated by the government. (BS-1) In the novel, the government uses technology to distract their citizens from the hidden truth. (BS-2) By doing this, the government gains power and control over their people. (BS-3) Eventually, the individuals in society are harmed both physically and mentally by their loss of knowledge. (TS) Ray Bradbury’s message in Fahrenheit 451 regarding…

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  • The Importance Of Man Vs. Society

    was too late, “But it was all right, everything was all right, the struggle was finished. He had won the victory over himself. He loved Big Brother” (1984). Wilson’s stand becomes nothing and the proper authorities deal with him and eliminate his individuality, which he could not hope to conceal, and he is left as just another mindless and fearful citizen under Big…

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  • The Destruction Of Language In 1984 By George Orwell

    In what way can two plus two equal five? In George Orwell’s dystopian novel “1984”, Orwell writes how the government has everyone believing only what they want them too. A way one can see this is through the destruction of language and how it is used to manipulate people. In the novel, we see a man who lives in dystopian future in place called Oceana, which is present day London. Everyone in this society is being run by the party which rewrites history to control the people. So one can ask…

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  • 1984 Dystopia Analysis

    1984 A WARNING TO THE FUTURE No one can imagine of living in an environment which is undesirous for most of us, in a society where the government watches and controls the actions of everyone, in which one is devoid of individual’s choice. A society where anything a person thinks or acts against the government can be punished by isolation, torture, or death. Independancy, freedom, personal thoughts is deprived from everyone’s life. A society which is often rampant with poverty,…

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  • Identity And Independence In George Orwell's 1984

    victims are being hung for going against “Big Brother”. Another is appeal to fear, which is represented by “Big Brother” the people fear that he is always watching them, so therefore they need to always respect him and do the right thing. That makes them fear to do the wrong thing. Propaganda is used by this controlling force to make sure the folks of oceania are under their control. Also the people were constantly scared because they were monitored by “Big Brother” such as “ Winston kept his…

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  • Fake News By George Orwell Analysis

    The two texts 1984 by George Orwell and “Fake News” by Michael Lynch both discuss fake news and falsified information both including and excluding government affairs and what implications it could have on the people of a society or country. However 1984 is a science fiction text whereas “Fake News” is a non-fiction text that focuses on real world issues similar to those discussed in 1984. However, both texts raises the same question of why do we put so much trust into the government and fake…

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  • 1984 George Orwell Sex Analysis

    as a utopia is what the narrator, Winston, resolves to fight. The narrator’s resistance to the erosion of his individuality by said state is developed by Orwell as a main motif. Winston is initially shown to be loosening from the grasp of leader Big Brother and the Party, which he gradually rebels against by pondering about “taboo” subjects, writing in his journal, and acting on his lust, concluding with his diabolical torture at the hands of the Party. Orwell…

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  • Comparison Of Tylor Durden And The Narrator In Fight Club

    Cansu Aydoğdu Aydoğdu 1 Res.Assist.Vahit Yaşayan AKE 108(02) May 23, 2016 ‘‘It is Only After We Have Lost Everything That We Are Free Free to Do Anything.’’ Tylor Durden and The Narrator in Fight Club. Fight Club is a novel written by Chuck Palahniuk and it’s film version available too which is directed by David Fincher. In the film, protagonist is the narrator and his imaginary…

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  • Orwell's Criticism

    '1984' forms the title for a 1949 novel by George Orwell. The novel, set in the province of Oceania depicts dystopia in theme and is packed witch culturally significant predictive lessons to the current and future generation. Dystopias pose the worst-case scenarios to everyday life, therefore, criticizing current trends, societal norms, and political systems. '1984' is set in a futuristic environment. '1984' depicts a world with endless war, vigilant surveillance, and opportunistic political…

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