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Theme of "1984"

Summary: Essay discusses the theme of "1984" by George Orwell.
In 1984, the government tries to establish a Utopia and mold the perfect world, but it soon leads to destruction and the Inner Party obtaining too much power. The ruling class controls citizens by taking away their ability to think for themselves. Governments manipulating mind and body in a variety of ways to get what they want and control over the society is George Orwell's theme. The Party controls everything in 1984; Winston wakes up, exercises, eats, and goes to work all while Big Brother is watching him. The social structure, telescreens, and Ministries of Love and Truth all contribute to the government's manipulating mind and body to get what they want.

No one ever sees Goldstein or Big Brother in person and they do not even need to exist. As long as people believe in them that is all that matters, so the Inner Party controls the population. The...

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