1984 Essay | 1984

This student essay consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis of 1984.
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1984

Summary: This essay talks about the parasitic relationship between the government and the masses, as shown in the novel 1984.
The relationship that has been formed between the government and the masses can be defined in one word, parasitic. They feed off the strengths and weaknesses of each other in order to ensure their own survival. This relationship is something that has withstood the sands of time and is still in effect today. Each side needs to contribute to the relationship. The people use the government to help form their identity and the government uses the feeling of nationalism to gain the mindless cooperation they crave.

Today the masses use the government to supply them with an object of hate, Al Quieda. In 1984, the Proles were allotted the same entity. They looked to big brother to tell them who was wicked, in their case Eurasia. With this the masses and Proles were given an object to vent all their anger and frustrations at. This means that they wouldn't turn their...

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