1984 Essay | 1984: Room 101

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1984: Room 101

Summary: Analyzes the George Orwell novel, 1984. Discusses the function of room 101 in the text.
The idea of room 101 is that it is the place where everyone meets his or her worst fear. The people are sent there after they have endured much pain already. They are sent there because it is known that once they are there they will confess everything and offer up anyone else to take their place. The pain that they will endure there is so much that they will give anything to not be there any longer. This place is known to be a place where no one wants to end up. When someone is ordered to go to Room 101 they are not quite sure what will be there, they just know that they do not want to go there. They know that this is the place where everyone meets his or her worst fear. This is a place that is dreaded by everyone.

Some people not being aware...

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