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1984

Summary: Individuality in a totalitarian society.
How does George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty Four enable the reader to question people's need for individuality in a totalitarian society? George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four portrays a society, Oceania, ruled by rigid totalitarianism. Orwell reminds the reader that totalitarianism is the factor that triggers the two world wars which has caused millions of deaths. Orwell points his finger at the past, present and future societies and demonstrates how censorship, if it remains unquestioned, suffocates humanity. The death of humanity means also an individual's death of freedom to express opinion and to experience an individual's emotion. Orwell suggests that individuals should resist the government whenever their history, their thought and their privacy are under the control of "Big Brother" at a time when complacency accelerates the death of a society rather than growth.

Orwell describes a society with no history where citizens are eventually blinded into believing Big Brother is the best...

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