1984 Essay | Control in "1984"

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Control in "1984"

Summary: This is an essay about the novel "1984" by George Orwell and how the government uses different tactics in the book to control its people.
The early 1900's spawned literature about dystopia filled with dangerous revolutions, corrupt governments and the creation of discontented people. In the novel, 1984, by George Orwell, a government tries to establish a Utopia and mold a perfect but it soon leads to a complete dystopia overflowing with corruption and one party obtaining too much power. The ruling class controls its citizens by taking away their ability to think and act as individuals. Limiting communication, decimating personal relationships, and spreading propaganda are all factors that contribute to the Party's goal to create a completely mindless society that simply follows orders and lacks the capability to question the world around them.

The commanding Party curbs the people's individuality and their ability to have minds of their own by slowly eliminating their language and their way of communicating with other people. One day Winston bought a diary and a pen from a...

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