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This student essay consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis of Living Conditions, Winston and Julia, and Mind Control in "1984".
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Living Conditions, Winston and Julia, and Mind Control in "1984"

Summary: Answers to essay questions about George Orwell's "1984": The living conditions in Oceania, comparing and contrasting Winston and Julia, and mind control by the ruling party.
Part I: Describe the living conditions of Oceania.

The living conditions in Oceania are terrible. The people of Oceania live in a cold, dark world full of terror and restrictions. The party of Oceania controls not only the lives of the people through telescreens, spies, and thought police but also their reality. Peoples lives are constantly filled with fear and the feeling of uselessness; they are helpless in this word because they can not control anything that happens to them, Big Brother does. Big Brother is always watching you, so you have no freedom what-so-ever; however, they are given the illusion of freedom. Although this society provides control for the people, it denies them their basic human rights: freedom of speech, thought, and freedom to express themselves. There is no individuality in this society; no distinctiveness. There is right and there...

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