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  • 1984 Winston Smith

    Winston Smith Winston is the protagonist of the story, whose unsuccessful attempts at questioning and...

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  • 1984 Analysis of Winston Smith

    Analysis of Winston Smith In the novel 1984 by George Orwell, Winston Smith is the...

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  • 1984: Character Analysis of Winston Smith

    Character Analysis Of Winston Smith Winston is the main character in this novel and he seems to be separated...

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  • 1984 essay

    What does one think of when the word “hero” comes up? The definition of a hero is afflicted with the main character in a book,...

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  • Winston Smith: a Free Thinker in the Most Oppressive of Circumstances

    Winston Smith, the protagonist in George Orwell’s novel 1984, is a classic example of a tragic...

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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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  • ENG403B ENG404B NC 03 01 1984 Essay M Hirsch

    Considered A Hero? What are the things which make someone a hero? George Orwell once offered this definition of heroism:...

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  • 1984 - In the face of pain there are no heroes

    “In the face of pain there are no heroes” George Orwell’s 1984 is a brilliant commentary on the dangers of totalitarianism, mind control,...

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  • 1984 Essay

    1984 Essay 1984, is a dystopian society novel written by George Orwell. In the novel the main character, and protagonist,...

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  • 1984 Essay

    Winston: Oceania Hero Or Not? “George Orwell once offered this definition of heroism: ordinary people doing whatever they can...

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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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  • Winston Smith vs. Katniss Everdeen

    Winston Smith and Katniss Everdeen Winston Smith, from George Orwell’s 1984, is a...

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  • 1984 Essay

    The reader is filled with total cynicism after reading 1984. Do you agree? In his novel ‘1984’, George Orwell describes a...

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  • George Orwell Research Paper

    Glenn Devries Dr. Smith ENG 1302 4/24/08 George Orwell: The Man Behind 1984 Why did you choose George Orwell as...

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  • 1984

     1984, by George Orwell, was based on the reaction to communism and totalitarian governments. It illustrates that these kinds of governments...

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  • Comparison of "Brave New World" by Aldous Huxley and "1984" by George Orwell.

    dream for a utopian society always exists, but it remains a dream. In the novels Brave New World and 1984, the manipulations and recreations of...

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  • 1984 by Geroge Orwell

    1984 REVIEW AND ANALYSIS OF THE WORK 1984 is a political novel of dystopian fiction written by George Orwell between 1947 and...

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  • Winston and Julia

    Winston Smith and Julia, the protagonists from George Orwell's dystopian novel 1984, were brought together by their...

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  • Winston Smith Character Analysis

    AP Literature 30 August Character Analysis of Winston Smith from 1984 Winston...

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  • Emerson's Essay On Heroism

    The first and most important implicit question in this statement is by what standards Emerson is judging a hero---and whether it even matters,...

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