An Analysis in George Orwell’s “1984”


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An Analysis in George Orwell's "1984"
George Orwell’s political novel 1984 envisions a totalitarian society in which the government maintains control through pervasive surveillance, massive propaganda, and war. Orwell’s theme and plot were based on the political climate and conditions he had seen in totalitarian fascist and communist societies, which used pervasive surveillance, massive propaganda, and war to subjugate their people. He wrote 1984 as a warning that every society is at risk of declining into totalitarianism, for totalitarian ideology exploits the human flaws and weaknesses everyone has regardless of the type of society they live in.
Surveillance, Propaganda, and Mind Control in Oceania
In the totalitarian...
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.....riting "1984" in December 1948. He then went immediately back into hospital and was never again healthy enough to be discharged. "1984" was published in June 1949 and Orwell died seven months later on January 21st, 1950, at the age of 46.
In "1984" George Orwell describes how a hierarchical world tyranny is set up, how it stays in power, how it treats its people, and what life is like living under such a system. "1984" is in fact a coded blueprint for world tyranny, laying bare its structure and exposing its components.
Orwell wrote "1984" for us, the future, in the hope we would recognize the signs and symptoms of tyrannical world government and prevent its establishment in our world. Let's make sure he did not write in vain. ~ Jackie Jura