1984 by George Orwell

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1984 George Orwell

1984 as a Dystopian novel:

The novel, 1984, was written by George Orwell in 1948, and was set to be in the future. It is a typical Orwellian novel, which depicts the tale of a Dystopia, in which a hierarchical system known as ‘Big Brother’ and The Party, repress and control everyone in complete despotism. What is truly the most oppressive thing that Big Brother do in particular to citizens, is enforce complete control over people’s thoughts and privacy, having cameras and microphones placed every where, and punishing anyone who dares to think differently and anyone who in particular dares to question Big Brother and The Party. 1984, is a great allegory, with a very noticeable underlying message, that was very prominent at the time it was written, just after World War 2. The protagonist of the story is Winston Smith, a 39 year old average man…

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