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Analysis of the Novel "1984"

Summary: Explains the failure of an individual in a distorted society in George Orwell's "1984."
George Orwell's 1984 portrays a character's not only failure of living up to an ideal of a society, but also his choice to rebel against it, because the distorted ideal of the society is too harsh for the protagonist to bear. Winston Smith is living in a society where everything is controlled by potent and tyrannical forces of the Government. Lives of all the people are observed twenty four seven by the thought police. Who through tele-screens (which are pretty much televisions and cameras at the same time) judge if a person is committing thought crime or doing anything that could be considered suspicious or out of order. Families are no longer based on love and bonds between parents and children. Children are brainwashed at an early age to keep a close eye on their parents, thus being unofficially extensions of the thought police. Relationships between adults...

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