1984 Essay | George Orwells Plea for Humanity

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George Orwells Plea for Humanity

Summary: In the novel 1984, the totalitarian governments present in the book, limits their own peoples freedoms as if to have complete control over them in every way. Orwell exaggerates this concept with civilization and characters that he builds up in the novel. 1984 is Orwell's plea for humanity's freedom.
As evolution has progressed the human species has refined its way of living to a state of being civilized. This civilisation is controlled by laws and hierarchies of power which slowly limit freedoms that citizens are born with, however can not express. The world is regulated and supervised one way or another, to the point in which these laws or government can deprive it's citizens of what is fundamental to survive. This is evident in the government depicted by George Orwell, in the novel 1984, the totalitarian government present in the book, limits their own peoples freedoms as if to have complete control over them in every way. The citizens are no longer free but enslaved; they are not even granted the right of expressing any instinct which is permanently a part of them. Orwell exaggerates this concept with civilization and characters that he builds up...

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