Essays on 1984

1984: The Devices To Manipulate Society

  1984 is a dystopian novel written by George Orwell. It is the best and the most terrifying novel as it shows a future in which government controls the whole population with technology and reprogramming of their minds. The novel shows what horrifying deeds individuals will do when given too much power. Orwell’s 1984 is...
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1984: Technologies As An Instrument Of Control

Technology, a familiar term heavily associated held as an integral part of our modern human experience. The invasion of technology into our lives is so overlooked that sometimes we underestimate our dependence on it, as well as the amount of free access to our information that other people may have. As I was studying 1984...
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1984: How Government Controlled The Society

A world without freedom, no thought, no privacy, no way to denote yourself; in other words, a world where you are nothing but an android, is something we will more than likely become amidst the technology we have today. This presents the possibility of our world as a whole becoming nothing other than Orwellian. Orwellian...
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Book Review: 1984 By George Orwell

Written by George Orwell, a British journalist, and author, the novel 1984 is a fictional book about a corrupt society controlling everyone’s thoughts and core values. This fiction book follows our main character Winston and the average, middle-class person that everyone reading it can relate too. He is just trying to navigate himself through this...
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1984: How Orwell Predicted The Future

1984 is a book that George Orwell wrote in 1949 about his thoughts on what our society would become someday. The book details out Orwell’s fears of what the world might become if the government (Big Brother) is successful in their attempt to control the citizens of Oceania. Through the use of several tools such...
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1984: Feminism And Existentialism As Critical Lenses

In George Orwell’s “1984”, we can look at it through a variety of critical lenses. There are examples and appearances of Marxism, feminism, existentialism, freudianism, and historical criticism. Marxism appears in this novel in the form of inner-Party members, and the lower Party members and citizens. In the story, “Winston addresses the Marxist ideal of...
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1984 As Futuristic Dystopian Novel

The book 1984 by George Orwell is a futuristic dystopian novel. It takes place in a futuristic totalitarian society where the government controls every aspect of its citizens lives. Individualism and the expression of free thought is strictly prohibited. The totalitarian government controls everything, including the language and the history. Citizens get arrested and killed...
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1984: Setting As A Stylistic Device In Novel

“1984” by George Orwell is a novel which he wrote in 1948, a time when war was waging and tensions amongst countries were high. It is clear while reading “1984” that the extreme political ideologies, like fascism and communism, were leading to totalitarian governments, such as Hitler, Mao, and Stalin, thus influencing Orwell’s purpose and...
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