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  • Shadow Of The Wind Power Analysis

    as a truth when, in George Orwell’s dystopian novel 1984, O’Brien strives to assert power over Winston by securing his trust to break down Winston’s resistance against the Party. To being with, O’Brien drops subtle hints to Winston that he opposes the Party. During the Two Minutes-Hate, for example, the author mentions that “momentarily he had caught O’Brien’s eye” (Orwell 17). At this point, Winston believes an unspoken message passed between the two of them, and a spark of hope ignited inside…

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  • TASS Program Observation Report

    I want to attend TASS, firstly, due to the enriching and essential information about Black studies that the program provides, but also because of the life-experiences that such a program provides. This summer camp would provide me the opportunity to venture to another state like New York or Chicago (places that I have never been) and learn more about the world and myself. Additionally, since the program brings in students from across the nation, it is also an experience to meet new people and…

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  • Overpopulation In George Orwell's 1984

    does not physically exist in the novel and there is no evidence for his mere existence. Nevertheless, the mention of his name will send the members of the Party into a state of euphoria. There are people who are exceptions to his influence, such as Winston and Julia, who aids not Big Brother but the Brotherhood, which is also an intangible figure that does not surface. Big Brother, in a sense, gave birth to the Party and the point of physical control, which is essentially the manipulation…

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  • Summary Of O Brien's Down With Big Brother

    Winston smith purchases this diary, which in this place is forbidden, and he writes the words, “Down with Big Brother”, which is a crime in this Oceania, and hides it from the telescreen, which is Oceania security system at this time. A telescreen is what the guards of Oceania use to make sure everyone is being a good citizen. Winston begins a relationship with Julia, another main character of the story, and do very illegal things with each other. After some time, they fall in love. Winston and…

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  • Individuality In Fahrenheit 451

    President John F. Kennedy once said “conformity is the jailer of freedom and the enemy of growth.” The concept of conformity and individuality is clearly illustrated in the novel, Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury. Like most dystopian societies, Fahrenheit 451 contains a damaged society in which the people watch excessive amounts of television on wall size sets, listen to music on seashell radio sets, and drive extremely fast, not afraid to hit animals or people. The masses never think…

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  • Panoptic Design And Totalitarianism In 1984, By George Orwell

    The ever-growing possibility of the panoptic design and totalitarianism ideologies are shown entirely within the pages of 1984 by George Orwell. The mind within, is a trap. Imagine living within the dystopian society of 1984, where thinking is wrong. Big Brother is the trigger that catches all those who question Big brother. There is only one way to survive in a world where ideas are commonly practiced and enforced is to become one with yourself. Which boils down and leaves but one choice, trust…

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  • The Power Of Groupthink In 1984 By George Orwell

    to Oceania’s Ministry of Love. Orwell introduces the Ministry of Love in the first chapter, explaining how the department “maintained law and order” and “was the really frightening one” (Orwell 12). Winston experiences the nightmarish reality in the ministry later in the novel. O’Brien asks Winston, “...why do you imagine that we bring people to this place?” (Orwell 413). The reason O’Brien ultimately gives should strike fear in the hearts of all who love freedom and should serve as a dire…

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  • George Orwell 1984 Slogan Analysis

    to the western countries after World War II ended. It cautioned them from turning to totalitarian governments. This story revolves around a man named Winston Smith. It shows us a horrible and dark world through the eyes of Winston. In this world, there are many lies, brainwashed people, and strict rulers. The people of Oceania, the country Winston lives in, are continuously under surveillance. If anyone acts out they are arrested and sometimes beaten. This novel serves as many reasons a…

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  • Winston's Rebellion In 1984

    “DOWN WITH BIG BROTHER, DOWN WITH BIG BROTHER!” (Orwell 20) A line said by the main character in 1984, Winston Smith. This quote perfectly describes his hatred for The Party. As for his lover, Julia, is shown to be more a fan of Big Brother, and has no hatred in the story, or so it seems. Knowing the life, details, personality, and similarities and differences between characters is very important in the novel. What is also important are the ways they both rebel. Finally, how effective or…

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  • 1984 George Orwell Analysis

    1984 and- amoung other points- is developed and assisted by symbols. 1984 tells the tale of a man named Winston Smith in his “heroic” battle fighting against the Party, his oligarchical society. He attempts to reclaim the past, and, with his lover Julia, “rebels” in sex and their “secret” meetings. Winston becomes infatuated with the past items seen in Mr. Charrington's shop. At the end, Winston and Julia are caught by Mr. Charrington and the other Thought Police members and they are taken to…

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