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Essay | 1984: Society

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of 1984.
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1984: Society

Summary: An overview of the society depicted by George Orwell in his novel 1984. This society serves as a terrifying example of totalitarianism. The ruling party controls and monitors the lives of its citizens, who have no means of escape.
Society in Nineteen Eighty-four is a terrifying example of totalitarianism. Citizens live in a nightmarish emotional vacuum where everything is controlled by the party. Love, independent thought and even keeping a personal diary are forbidden. Actions and thoughts are watched and monitored by the Party. If anything unorthodox is seen you could be tortured and killed. Society in Nineteen eighty-four is split into three classes: The `Inner Party' the `Outer Party' and `The Proles' and each of them are governed by a figure called `Big Brother'. `Oceania' is perpetually at war with one of the other three super states (East Asia, Eurasia), so the population is constantly poor. "The main aim of the war was to use of the products of the `machine' without raising the standard of living."

Citizens of 1984 are controlled by a totalitarian regime. Citizen's in the Inner party and Outer party work in one of...

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