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Essay | 1984 versus 2004

This student essay consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis of 1984 versus 2004.
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1984 versus 2004

Summary: Discusses the George Orwell novel, 1984. Describes how Orwell's fictional world would compare with our world today.
In George Orwell's novel 1984 the world is a very strange place. Everyone and everything is controlled by Big Brother, even people's thoughts. This seems like a very far out concept but really George Orwell's world could exist in our world today.

In 1984 anything that an officer or anyone of high status says, everyone believes. For example, at the Hate Week rally the "party" shifts its diplomatic allegiance. They say that the nation they have always been at war with is its new ally, and their former ally nation becomes the enemy. In a blink of an eye the crowd accepts what they have just heard and are ashamed of themselves because they made they wrong signs. Even in our world now people are like that whether we see it or not. In our world today people will believe anything that they hear on television or from someone famous. For...

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