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1984: A Look Into Totalitarianism

Summary: Analyzes the novel 1984 by George Orwell. Discusses the influences and effects of totalitarianism on society. References real life examples of totalitarian governments, including those led by Hitler, Stalin and Castro.
In the novel 1984, George Orwell demonstrates how one governing body can manage to manipulate a whole country such as Oceania. Throughout our past we have seen totalitarian governments take absolute control over their countries. Some examples of leaders of countries that have demonstrated a totalitarian regime are Hitler, Stalin and Castro. Totalitarianism is a manipulative dictatorship that strives to limit the freedoms, abolish individuality, and brainwash its citizens.

Would life be worthwhile without any freedoms? In 1984, the people of Oceania are deprived of their freedoms. They are at all times being watched and listened to by the telescreens. "The telescreen received and transmitted simultaneously. Any sound that Winston made above a low whisper would be picked up by it... He could be seen as well as heard."1 You were not allowed to speak your mind in Oceania as the Thought Police could plug into your individual...

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