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Book Review of "1984"

Summary: An overview of George Orwell's cautionary novel, "1984." The main themes are the oppressive role of the government, class definitions, the the struggles by people to overcome the system.
George Orwell: 1984

In George Orwell's 1984 Winston Smith, a member of the Outer Party from Oceania, which is a fictional state that represents England and America, lives in all visible ways as a good party member, in complete conformance with the wishes of Big Brother, who is the leader of the Inner Party. He keeps his hatred for the workings of the Party, for the vile food and drink, the terrible housing, and the conversion of children into spies deep inside, because he knows that such feelings are an offense to the Party, punishable by death. Winston buys a journal to keep his thoughts safe from the Thought Police because even this was forbidden and dangerous. There were telescreens all over showing Big Brother Propaganda, they even had a secret camera and microphone installed so that the Inner Party could watch over the citizens. In essence the fictional...

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