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  • How Does Orwell Use Fear In The Giver

    knowledge when writing 1984 and The Giver.By using fear to control the societies in both 1984 and The Giver, Orwell and Lowry are getting at the idea that society has to have the perfect balance of fear, otherwise society will be insensible. In 1984, Winston lives in a society where every action and thought is carefully monitored by the party, through the use of telescreens and the thought police. Everyone in 1984 lives in fear of the party because if they even have the slightest idea of…

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  • The Best War Ever Analysis

    Americans felt that being in a war was great and something to be excited about. They were proud of their contribution in the war and believed they were doing the right thing. It seemed like a fairy tale, where everyone was happy and war was the best thing that was happening to America. The Best War Ever: America and WWII by Michael CC Adams, supports the idea that Americans were blinded by being ignorant on what was actually happening overseas. Having propaganda promote war and popular products…

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  • Sir Winston Leonard: The Blitzkrieg In Britain

    Sir Winston Leonard "The British Bulldog" Spencer-Churchill, or just Winston Churchill was a British Aristocrat who lived between 1874 to 1965. In his lifetime, he was among many things, a writer, non-academic historian, artist, politician, and British Army Officer. Winston became the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940, to 1945, and again in 1951 to 1955. His sphere of influence ranged throughout the entire British Empire during the two times he was prime minister. It included places…

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  • Inside 1984, By George Orwell: An Analysis

    them by sending messages and propaganda blaring through Telescreens. These telescreens cause people to live in such fear, and causes their knowledge to become so foggy that they believe whatever they are told. Firstly, at the start of the book, Winston makes the rebellious decision to write in a diary, an action which would result in severe punishment…

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  • George Orwell's Totalitarian Government

    Two Totalitarian Society In the book 1984, Orwell portrays a perfect totalitarian government. The Party forces the implementation of an invented language called Newspeak, which attempts to prevent political rebellion by eliminating all the words related to it. Even thinking rebellious thoughts is deemed to be illegal. This is called thoughtcrime, and it is the worst of all. These regulations are controlled by Big Brother, a figure that no one has ever seen. In fact, there is no proof that…

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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 Churchill The Great Communicator Analysis

    Winston Churchill- the Great Communicator! Sir Leonard Spencer Churchill was a British statesman who was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945. “Many forms of government have been tried and will be tried in this world of sin and woe. No one pretends that democracy is perfect or all wise. Indeed, it has been said that democracy is the worst form of government, except for all others that have been tried from time to time.” – Winston Churchill, 1947. As Prime Minister , Sir…

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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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  • The Role Of Technology In Ayn Rand's Anthem

    “When the majority of their brothers voted against them, they abandoned their ideas as all men must.” These are the words of a totalitarian society in which technology is slow. This is the world of Anthem a place where thinking can kill you and doing things independently can make you dangerous. The world of anthem views technology as an unnecessary and unlawful transgression. The world of Anthem is technologically slow. Their latest invention has been the candle which in this world was around 3…

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  • The Theme Of Freedom In George Orwell's '1984'

    by George Orwell (text to the world) Freedom is what everyone wants. But in Winston world, freedom was not an option. In 1984 by George Orwell is a guy named Winston that is against The Party which controls everything in Oceania. Everywhere in Oceania, there would be a telescreen that watches your every move. In the world of Oceania, there’s not freedom of speech. Everything has to be controlled by The Party. Winston meant this girl named Julia. Both of them found a group named Brotherhood…

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