1984 Essay | Freedom in 1984

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Freedom in 1984

Summary: Analyzes the novel 1984 by George Orwell. Examines the issues of freedoms lost when living in a communistic or totalitarian society. Provides a plot summary.
In the book 1984 by George Orwell, governmental control systems diminish freedoms of the public, but mainly rights of the members of "the Party." For example, the Party hinders all people of Oceania from receiving the fair amount of household items, like razorblades, shoelaces--even pots and pans. Poverty to the point of living without the bare essentials is not only life threatening, but horrendous. Basic human needs have to be met; otherwise life will cease to exist. But other needs must also be met, like the need to love, party members, however, have been taught that to love is to go against their core values-the only reason for marriage is to produce more members for the party--"a real love affair [is] almost an unthinkable event" (p.59). A world without love is a world filled with hate; crime is bountiful and anger is everywhere. To not love is to...

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