Samples "1984"


Nature Imagery in Orwell’s 1984

The setting in George Orwell’s 1984 is an integral element in the novel’s underlying theme of the oppression and alienation of humankind by authoritarian rule. The majority of the novel is set in a sterile and gray London, filled with towering monolithic buildings and war memorials. From the single room...

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964 words | 4 page(s)
Themes of 1984, Slaughterhouse Five and The Lottery

The themes that I have connected with the most in the study of 1984, Slaughterhouse Five and The Lottery were those dealing with the tragedy of the absurdity of our society. These novels showed us how easy it is to manipulate us and how little we do to stop such...

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484 words | 3 page(s)
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The Place of Doublethink in 1984

In George Orwell’s 1984, doublethink is the process of convincing a person that something is true, despite an obvious contradiction. One example of this is used when at one-point people are told that the chocolate and tobacco rations are dropping, while at another they are told that they are rising...

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1984 – Character Analysis

George Orwell’s, “1984”, centers on main character, Winston, and his growing private disdain for the government. Technology is an integral part of the book and its use by the Party, a.k.a. the government to control its citizens. Winston finds this out the hard way when he realizes the Party has...

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“1984” Novel Themes

The Novel “1984” concerns a man known as Winston who is frustrated by the rigid oppression and control of a Party that prohibits freedom of thought, individuality expression, and sex. Winston does not like the party, and he has a diary which he purchased illegally in which he writes criminal...

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325 words | 3 page(s)