1984 Essay | 1984: A Review

This student essay consists of approximately 21 pages of analysis of 1984.
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1984: A Review

Summary: Reviews the novel "1984" by George Orwell. Provides a comprehensive plot summary that focuses more on the feelings of the reader rather then the actual book.
The story starts with a man by the name of Winston Smith who is aged 39 and is a member of the Outer Party. The society of Oceania is described, it seems like a contry under martial law. Everywhere there are large posters of Big Brother, who is the ruler of Oceania the posters have propergandial messages and I think that they are being used so that the repetition of seeing these things will brain wash the people, and make them think kindly towards Big Brother.

Winston lives in a very old flat on the 7th floor of Victory Mansions. He works at the Ministry of Truth or Minitrue as it is called in Newspeak a language made by Big Brother, it is in an enormous pyramid shaped structure which towers above the other buildings in London. There are three other Ministries housed in similar buildings, they are the Ministry of...

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