1984 Theoretical Analysis Essay- Humanity

Topics: Nineteen Eighty-Four, Carl Jung, Sigmund Freud Pages: 4 (1150 words) Published: April 14, 2013
Theoretical Analysis Essay

humanity=The Big Brother

Due Date: Friday, March 15,2013 Teacher: Ms. DE Angelis Author: Ben Wang Course code: ENG4U Quote

"' I know that you will fail. There Is something in the universe - I don't know, some Spirit, some principle - that you will never overcome.'"

"'Do you believe in God, Winston?'" "'No.'" "'Then what is it, this principle that will defeat us?'" "'I don't know. The spirit of Man.'" "'And do you consider yourself a man?'" "'Yes.'" "'If you are a man, Winston, you are the last man. (Orwell, 309).

In 1984, everyone has lost their humanity, and being control by the inner party. The protagonist of the story, Winston Smith, is the only man who fights for humanity. Throughout history political leaders have oppressed humanity and now in the 21st century, humanity stands as a concern in certain communist countries or undeveloped nations. Humanity is everything that makes humans unique, and forms the basis of...

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