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This student essay consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis of "1984".
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"1984": Appearance Versus Reality

Summary: Compares the lives of the characters in "1984", and what they see as reality.
In George Orwell's 1984, people, places, and events are not as they seem. A person's life is a lie, and the reality of the world which is dead and lifeless, is hidden behind the figure Big Brother. Winston's life as he sees it becomes more clear in the story, but Julia is lost in her backward fight against Big Brother. The three slogans of 1984 War is Peace, Ignorance is Strength, and Slavery is Freedom, show the reality of this world to the people who live in it.

Winston's appearance disguises his reality and keeps him safe from the world. He is a common man in the middle class of Oceania. He represents the average man of the time, though it is hard for the reader to identify with him. As shown in chapter one, Winston seems, to everyone else, to be an average contributing member of the party...

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