1984 Essay | Distopia in 1984

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Distopia in 1984

Summary: Describes George Orewll created a distopia in his novel, 1984. Reviews the novel. Details how Orwell enhances the believability of the plot through character Winton's narration.
Utopia is an imagined perfect place or state of things, whereas, a distopia, is the exact opposite. When George Orwell wrote 1984, he created an extremely realistic vision of a distopian society. A grim, hell like scenario was created, your worst nightmare.

Orwell's novel is so terrifying because he writes of a distopian society that is actually a plausible vision of how we could be living in the future. Although written in 1949, it is still a good warning for today's society as there are many parallels within the book with real events. Orwell enhances the believability through Winton's narration. It brings the reader inside his head and sympathetic with the cause of the would-be-rebels. There are no clear answers in the book and it is often the reader who has to decide what to believe.

In 1984, the party rules all of Oceania. Big Brother (BB) is the head of...

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