• Comparison of 1984 and the Cry
    A comparison of life in London, Air Strip One (or Great Britain) in the George Orwell novel ‘1984' and Waknuk, Canada in the John Wyndham novel ‘The Crysalids.' Waknuk is a society living after a nuclear attack. The people of Air Strip One (or Britain) in 1984 live in a dictatorship controll
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  • Ministry of Public Work
    VISION We will be the center of excellence for infrastructure development by using creativity and human capital innovation and cutting edge technology. CLIENT'S CHARTER We are committed to providing and maintaining infrastructure and public facilities to fulfill the requirement of national develo
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  • 1984 and Now
    1984 AND NOW 1984 : Newspeak Now : Politically Correct speech 1984 : The red sash of the Junior Anti-Sex League Now : The red ribbon of the Anti-Aids celibacy league 1984 : Telescreens in every room. The programming runs 24 hours a day, and the proles have no way of turning their scr
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  • 1984: the Party Has Many Slogans
    1984: The Party Has Many Slogans In George Orwell's 1984, the Party, the government of Oceania, has many slogans. One of the sayings is "Big Brother Is Watching You". Despite the fact that the slogan is only mentioned a few times throughout the novel, it embodies the government that Orwell
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  • Paradoxical Slogans in 1984
    Sahil Aggarwal Williams IB English SL The Veracity of Paradoxical Slogans in 1984 The definition of a paradox is, “A statement that on the surface seems a contradiction, but that actually contains some truth.” In George Orwell’s, 1984, the use of paradoxes is exemplified in an attempt to all
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  • Summary of 1984
    Summary of 1984 The story begins with Winston, the main character, coming back to his apartment from his job at the Ministry of Truth. Winston¹s job was to change recorded events, predictions made by the Party, and documents to make then ³ correct². In actuality his job was to falsify history
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  • 1984 6
    The book 1984 by George Orwell is merely a warning of what could happen to a society in the future after many years of decline. In the nineteen fifties it was thought of as a prophecy. Many people actually thought that George Orwell was a madman for predicting all of these events in this book to hap
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  • Analysis of 1984
    Analysis of 1984 In 1949, an Englishman named Eric Blair published the novel 1984. Under the pseudonym, George Orwell, this author became one of the most respected and notable political writers for his time. 1984 was Orwell's prophetic vision of the world to come. This creation of "Negative
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  • 1984:the Quintessential Negative Utopia
    1984:The Quintessential Negative Utopia (Or How to become really depressed about the future of the human condition in 267 pages or less.) 1984 is George Orwell's arguably his most famous novel, and it remains one of the most powerful warnings ever made against the dangers of a totalitarian society
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  • Chapter One. George Orwell. 1984
    George Orwell. 1984 ------------------------------------------------------------------------ George Orwell [Eric Blair]: "1984" Published: 1949 ------------------------------------------------------------------------ * Chapter One * It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thi
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  • Response to Goerge Orwell's 1984
    Upon my reading of the novel 1984, I was fascinated by George Orwell's vision of the future. Orwell describes a world so extreme that a question comes to mind, asking what would encourage him to write such a novel. 1984 took place in the future, but it seemed like it was happening in the past. Ge
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  • 1984 Compared to Cults
    In the book 1984, written by George Orwell, there is a group portrayed that is similar to what society would call a cult. A cult is defined as a religion or religious sect generally considered to be extremist or false, with its followers often living in an unconventional manner under the guidance of
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  • A Comparison Between 1984 and Animal Farm with Regards to Totalitarianism
    A Comparison between 1984 and Animal Farm with regards to Totalitarianism George Orwell: The Callous Nature of Totalitarianism The establishment of an elite power in a society produces feelings of hopelessness and fear. George Orwell, a world-renowned poet and author is known for his political
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  • 1984 Review
    1984 Test Review Characters: Katherine- Winston's wife, separated, hates intercourse Mr. Parsons- sports nut, neighbor, has the stupidity of an animal, proud of his daughter turning him in Mrs. Parsons- meek, scared of her children, always needs help Ampleforth- poet arrested fo
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  • 1984 and George Orwell
    1984 is about life in a world where no personal freedoms exist. Winston the main character is a man of 39 whom is not extraordinary in either intelligence or character, but is disgusted with the world he lives in. He works in the Ministry of Truth, a place where history and the truth is rewritten to
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  • 1984: Things to Know
    Things to know: 1984 was a book written about life under a totalitarian regime from an average citizen’s point of view. This book envisions the theme of an all knowing government with strong control over its citizens. This book tells the story of Winston Smith, a worker of the Ministry of Tr
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  • 1984 -Gorge Orwell
    Summary The story starts, as the title tells us, in the year of 1984, and it takes place in England or as it is called at that time, Airstrip One. Airstrip One itself is the mainland of a huge country, called Oceania, which consists of North America, South Africa, and Australia. The country is ru
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  • Report on Orwell 1984
    Report on Orwell's 1984 This book starts in London on April fourth, 1984. The book is written partly in third person, and partly in first person seen through the main character's eyes. The book is divided into three distinct parts. The first part is showing you the main character and his conflict w
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  • Short Summery of 1984 by Gorge Orwell
    The novel's protagonist, Winston Smith, is a citizen of Oceania, one of the world's three superstates (along with Eurasia and Eastasia). It is the year 1984, and Winston lives in Airstrip One, which used to be known as Great Britain. Winston is a member of the Party, which rules Oceania under the pr
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  • Dystopia Essay: 1984 and Harrison Bergeron
    Year 11, English Extension Essay ( 2 CORE texts and 1 RELATED text) What ideas do you see linking the texts you have studied through your exploration of Utopias and Dystopias. The novels Utopia by Thomas More and 1984 by George Orwell and short story Harrison Bergeron by Kurt Vonnegut explore the
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