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1984

Summary: Two of the major themes, which are examined in the novel "1984", are the control of information and history, and language as mind control. These are two forms of control, which are practised by the Party over the citizens of Oceania.
In the novel, 1984 by George Orwell, there are several intriguing themes, which are discussed from the point of view of the protagonist, Winston Smith, the main theme of the book being control. Two of the major themes, which are examined in the novel, are the control of information and history, and language as mind control. These are two forms of control, which are practised by the Party over the citizens of Oceania. The topic of control of information and history is explored in the novel through many different ideas. One of the main ways in which this theme is brought out is through the Party's slogan "Who controls the past controls the future. Who controls the present controls the past", which is a reoccurring slogan in the novel. This theme is also explored through the fact that the Party controls every source of information; this is demonstrated through the Ministry...

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