1984 Essay | "1984" was George Orwell's Warnings to Readers of Totalitarianism

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"1984" was George Orwell's Warnings to Readers of Totalitarianism

Summary: This essay is about how George Orwell warns readers about the dangers of totalitarianism in his novel "1984."
In 1984 George Orwell warns the readers about the dangers of a totalitarian society. He describes a society that is not too far away from the then present day conditions that could so easily turn into the unimaginable extremes of 1984. Orwell, who himself saw the affects of a totalitarian government and their greed for more power, cautions readers to rebel against the controlling government of today.

Some of the conditions that Orwell states, such as psychological control, are still relevant in today's world. Political propaganda and fabricated news, which are present in the novel, dominates everyday media. Politicians misinform the public by twisting the truth to support their own personal agendas. Just as the Party lied about how the war against Eastasia and Eurasia was going, our media lies about similar subject matters. During the Vietnam War the public was falsely lead to...

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