1984 Essay | Oceania's Subdivided Society

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Oceania's Subdivided Society

Summary: Essay of the structure portrayed in Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984)Author: George Orwell
Throughout the recorded times in Oceania, there has always been three kinds of people in the world, the High (Inner Party Members) the Middle (Outer Party Members) and the Low (Proles). These three kinds of people have been subdivided into many ways, they have borne countless different names, and their next of kin numbers, as well as their attitudes towards one another, have varied from age to age; yet the indispensable structure of society has never rearranged. These three groups are unable to get along. The Inner Party members intend to remain where they are. The Outer Party members intend to change places with the High. Whereas the aim of the Proles, is to have a continuing characteristic that is too compressed by hard work to be conscious of anything outside their daily lives, that they put an end to all distinctions and create a society in...

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