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  • Persuasive Essay On The Book 1984 By George Orwell

    For a book that was written over 60 years ago it’s incredible that George Orwell’s prediction on government power and how the world would look like is scary accurate. Big Brother is something that is intact but government hides it from the people which is when a totalitarian government becomes enabled. 1984 is hell compared to the world we live in where mind control, government power, torture, and genocide take place. If I were to describe 1984 in one word it would be corrupt. War and hatred…

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  • Examples Of Power And Control In Animal Farm By George Orwell

    Power and control drives people to do irrational things. Once someone gets a taste of power, they realize the control that they have and they start to abuse power. In the novel Animal Farm by George Orwell, this is shown when Napoleon realizes how easily he can control the farm and how quickly he starts to mistreat the other animals. While Napoleon is wrong for taking control like that, the other animals make it easier on him. They believe that Napoleon is doing the best thing for all of them,…

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  • Individualism In Fahrenheit 451 Essay

    In the novel Fahrenheit 451, there is a serious issue being handled. The world surrounding Montag and his life continuously rejects the idea of someone being different. The books being burned in the book represent the whole idea of someone thinking differently. No matter what, society keeps on wanting for things to be the same and not change at all. Each individual person prefers to be comfortable with being a copy of what others want you to be at the expense of your own happiness. Once, in the…

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  • Summary: The Midnight Ride Of Paul Revere

    Listen my children, and you shall hear of the midnight ride of Paul Revere…(Henry Longfellow, “The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere”). Whenever you hear the name Paul Revere most people automatically think of his midnight ride and how he warned his fellow rebels of the incoming British and how he rode from town to town yelling “The British are coming! The British are coming!” Which, by the way, he didn’t yell “The British are coming!” he yelled “The Regulars are coming!” British soldiers were…

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  • Reality In Jacob Von Uexkell's White Fang

    Throughout the work, “White Fang” by Jack London, we find creatures coming against the edges of their world. They either succeed in surmounting the barriers in front of them, or they fail to enlarge their world and perish. Using the tools and ideas of Jacob von Uexkell, we will look at the gray-cub who becomes White Fang and see the necessary reworking of his reality as he grows and adapts. Like Uexkell’s tick, the gray cub is born blind, and only through “the necessity of learning and living…

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  • Social Roles In Aldous Huxley's Brave New World

    Aldous Huxley’s “Brave New World’s” author introduces us to a futuristic technological world where science is used in order to maintain stability, and society is divided into five caste divisions consisting of Alphas, Betas, Gammas, Deltas, and Epsilons. Alphas are the highest in society while Epsilons the lowest. In the novel, the author demonstrates how society shows people’s beliefs using many characters throughout the entire story. The society was manufactured in a test tube therefore, it…

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  • Waiting For The Barbarians Analysis

    Waiting for the Barbarians Essay I this essay I will talk about the characters and analyze the book in my perspective. Waiting for the Barbarians is a novel by the South African-born Nobel laureate J. M. Coetzee. It was first published in 1980, chosen by Penguin for its series Great Books of the 20th Century and won both the James Tait Black Memorial Prize and Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize for fiction. The novel is about a city magistrate in a village of a nameless empire. The narrator, who we…

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  • Animal Farm By George Orwell

    George Orwell, pen name of Eric Arthur Blair, a son of a British civil servant, was born on June 25, 1903 in Motihari, Bengal, India and died on January 1, 1950 at the age of 47. He spent his first day in India where his father was stationed. A year after his birth, his mother brought him and his older sister, Marjorie, to England and settled in Henley-on-Thames. George Orwell was known as an English novelist, essayist, and critic in Great Britain. His work is marked by ordinary language,…

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  • Reyner Banham: Brutalist Analysis

    Reyner Banham, an architectural analyzer as well as a critic, tried to codify the then-upcoming structural campaign of Brutalism through his seminal December 1955 essay. He claimed that if an observer is introduced into an area of interest, then it would automatically be damaged for good. He also claims that Das Kapital had taken in the capitalist line so that the Marxists could have a rough time identifying it when they came across, and the widespread of concepts Freud that any client could…

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  • Satire In Aldous Huxley's Brave New World

    In the classic novel “Brave New World” by the 20th century English author, Aldous Huxley, Huxley questions the values and goals of 1931 London through the use of irony and satire to portray a futuristic version of the world in which the social trends of Great Britain and the United States are taken to extremes. The world Huxley writes about, since the setting is still on Earth but an unknown amount of time in the future, is still able to resonate with readers today. Within Brave New World,…

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