George Orwell had prophesized' what the world would be like 35 years from his time in the book 1984. The theme of 1984 is more likely to be obedience of the people more than oppression. Even though oppression is suddenly the thought that comes to mind when you think of 1984, the real purpose of the oppression such as on their freedom is for the people to be obedient and to support the party and Big Brother. There is much of oppression of freedom in 1984 in many ways. Some of the forms of oppression are the constant observation of each individual with the use of telescreens, the restricted privileges to life itself to through different ways such as the thoughts that we think, also our view of the party, and how we can have sex. So obedience is the most important theme of 1984.
Obedience and oppression on freedom are the most important themes of 1984 because that is what makes this world so different from our world. And also as mentioned earlier when we think of 1984 we think of oppression. The truth of this is that there is need for oppression so that there may be obedience. The party wants obedience because being obedient to the party means more support for the party, and more support means more power. The party wants power because it just wants it, and likes being in control. There is many forms of oppression in 1984 as explained before. One of the forms was the use of telescreens for surveillance. They can see and hear everything that is in front of them. This is a total obstruction of privacy, and not only are we viewed at home but also everywhere outside, even in public parks. Then there is the strict tolerance of sex. They have lessons that brainwash you into not having sex, once you become a teenager. They don't let you have sex with someone you like, or to get married with someone if you even both love each other. They don't allow you to think about anything against the party. The last statements had shown different forms of oppression...
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