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  • Dystopian Novel 1984 By George Orwell

    “Big Brother,” a term used frequently in the 21st Century to express overly surveillent governments that was first coined by George Orwell in his dystopian novel 1984 which expressed dissent towards both the Soviet government and the Nazi regime. In George Orwell’s dystopian novel 1984, education is encouraged to rise above ignorance while the dangers of censorship and ignorance are highlighted throughout the text through the actions of the book’s government and citizens, which is why it should…

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  • The Myth If The Ant Queen Analysis

    When it comes to individual matters, most human beings tend to act selfishly since their instincts tell them to do so. As s popular science author, Steven Johnson argues the kind of organization which involves “intelligence and personality and learning that emerges from the bottom up”(194) through the example of ant colonies as well as the city of Manchester in his article “The Myth if the Ant Queen”. In a like manner, an American journalist Ethan Watters describes a series of marketing…

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  • James Madison's Major Accomplishments

    James Madison was born in 1751 and in the state of virginia in the town of Montpelier where he would live his entire life. He was born into a wealthy family but grew up skinny and sickly. But even with all this happening he studied even when it endangered his own life studying. When he was 29 he served in the continental congress. When he was 36 in 1787 he kept a written record of the constitutional convention. In 1787-1788 James Madison helped write the federalist papers. In 1801-1809 He…

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  • 1984 Significance Of Nature Essay

    The Significance of Nature There many meaning implied to the term nature. In many cultures nature to is referred to as freedom, a place where one can escape from the world and step into a new world filled of natural beauty. In Orwell’s novel 1984 you would think of the society of Oceania as anything but beautiful, with a dictator government, surveillance all around, and yet the term nature is still very much implied. In 1984, there are many significances to the word nature including- the…

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  • Evacuation Day Research Paper

    It was on November 25, 1783 when General George Washington victoriously led the Army north of the city, south down Manhattan through the town, across Bowling Green to The Battery at the foot of Broadway, due to the British finally leaving NYC (History, American). Bowling Green is a small public park in South Ferry, Manhattan at the end of Broadway, alongside the site of the original dutch fort of New Amsterdam. The oldest park in the city, it is named “ Bowling Green” due to the fact that the…

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  • Of Mice And Men: Unaccomplished American Dreams

    and in this case the main characters, George and Lennie’, dream. The dream consisted of George and Lennie owning their own ranch with rabbits for Lennie and extra acres of land for others who wanted to share it with them. Characters like Candy and Crooks dream of having their own farms too. Many can argue that death is the main reason that the dream failed and that is not totally true. The dream failed because of the society around them. In the book, George and Lennie’s dream of owning a farm…

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  • Clockwork Orange Quotes

    The main character for the novel A Clockwork Orange is Alex. Alex is a fifteen year old boy who lives in a dystopian society controlled by a totalitarian states who controls its population through violence, experiments and machines. The main character is not revealed at first but as the novel progresses, the audience learns that Alex is the main character because of the experiences and hardships that the reader learn from this character. At first, Alex seems to be just another delinquent citizen…

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  • Henry Knox Research Paper

    he moved his troops to Halifax. After the capture of Boston, Knox helped the increase in defenses for Connecticut and Rhode Island, to prepare for the return of Great Britain. Once Henry Knox finished with the increase in defenses, he join up with George Washington's army in New York. The British returned to New York, with 30,000 men, whereas The American forces had 18,000 men, which all had very little experience. Out of these 18,000 men, Knox had 520 officers and soldiers to handle his 120…

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  • Loss Of Privacy In 1984 By George Orwell

    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…

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  • 1984 Peace Without War

    Elad Jeselsohn Peace Without War? Over the course of the history of the world, there have been times of peace and as well as times of war. There have been places of war and places of peace. That is true on the national level. Yet, on the personal level, to achieve one hundred percent peace in all aspects of one’s life is almost impossible. Throughout the majority of the book 1984, whenever Winston…

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