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Essay | Could the Society in "1984" Exist?

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Could the Society in "1984" Exist?

Summary: This essay is about the society in "1984" by George Orwell.
Imagine a society where every move is being watched, pleasure is going to a hanging and part of the daily life is screaming at a telescreen. This is Nineteen Eighty-Four, by George Orwell. With the influence of video cameras, the deterioration of the language, the altering of the past, the Internet and the medias, this horrible society in Nineteen Eighty-Four can be compared to today's world.

In the novel Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell, all the citizens of a continent called Oceania are controlled in every aspect of they lives by Big Brother, or more specifically by the Party. The comrades have never seen him but he does exist. The Inner Party does the work for Big Brother. " Big Brother is watching you " The Party uses a combination of mind games and physical force to keep the comrades in constant alarm. The Party controls their...

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