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  • Comparsion of 1984's Winston and Julia and Romeo and Juliet's love.

    One distinct difference between Winston and Julia, and Romeo and Juliet, is how they met and fell in love. Winston met Julia at...

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  • 1984 Vs. A Handmaids Tale

    At night we fall asleep, our dreams guide us through the night, and give a small glimpse our inner ambitions, and hopes for the future, while...

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  • Orwell's use of foreshadowing in novel 1984; "Crystal Balls and the Psychic Hotline"

    it before it is too late. In his book 1984, George Orwell uses foreshadowing through Winston's dreams and memories to predict...

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  • 1984 by George Orwell. Term Paper

    1984 was written by famous novelist George Orwell and published in 1949. This particular piece of literature takes place in the country of...

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  • Winston Doomed to Fail?

    Winston: A Character Doomed to Fail Failure, a concept most people are familiar of, often refers to the inability to perform a particular...

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  • "George Orwell" and the Mad World: The Anti-Universe of 1984.

    "I shall save you, Winston, I shall make you perfect." So O'Brien, the Grand Inquisitor of 1984, has said to the antihero...

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  • 1984

    Orwell and Gilliam’s Dystopia 1984 was a year saturated with references to “double-think” and “Big Brother.” Who would have known that...

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  • Women in 1984 Orwell

    Orwell, Freud, and 1984 Paul Roazen George Orwell and Sigmund Freud seem mutually uncongenial figures in intellectual history. In print...

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  • 1984

    superintendent for the Indian Imperial Police. After working with the Indian Imperial Police for seven years, he saw the opportunity to chase his childhood...

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  • Brazil vs 1984

    BRAZIL VS 1984 While researching for a book on the making of and feud over the American release of Terry Gilliam's Brazil, author Jack...

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  • Family is Oceania s Only Hope in 1984

    ENGL101 Introduction to Fiction 5 April 2012 Family is Oceania's Only Hope in 1984 In George Orwell's 1984, it is obvious that...

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  • Utopian and Dystopian Fiction

    Thomas More wrote a book, Utopia in the 1500’s, in the time of Renaissance and Humanism, where he could express his views on society being...

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  • The Potential of the Individual to Support or Challenge the Power of the Institution in 1984 and the Great Gatsby

    we all share it is the ability: the power to think and to dream and to hope. To hope in a hopeless world. 1984 is George Orwell’s...

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  • The Thin Line Between Hope and Hopelessness

    Suzanne Collins' novel, The Hunger Games and George Orwell's 1984 both illustrate the theme that hope can remain alive even amid the most...

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  • Comparing Dystopic Worlds in George Orwell's 1984 and Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451.

    There is no wrong, and there is no right. There is only utopia. It might be the perfect place where people want to live, or the place that people...

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    Powerplay Power Struggles 1984 Party VS Wilson “A boot stamping on a human face, forever” For the boot to feel power it is dependant on the...

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  • Control Society in 1984

    right way they can be used for control and power. A dictator in a totalitarian regime will use these emotions to control his people. The world that...

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  • Language and Style in 1984 by George Orwell

    LANGUAGE AND STYLE We are going to talk about the language and style used in 1984. We studied 3 different aspects of this; firstly we...

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  • Compare and Contrast How the Theme of Love and Sex Is Presented in ‘1984’ by George Orwell and ‘a Streetcar Named Desire’ by Tennessee Williams in the Light of the View That Both Texts Have More to Say About Hate, Than Love.”

    The theme of love and sex plays an important role in the play “A Streetcar Named Desire” and the dystopian novel “1984”. However in order to...

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  • 1984 Paper

    In reality, negativity does not exist without some way to learn from it, and it can be found in unusual places. Some may argue that George Orwell’s...

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