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1984 Analysis

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  After finished the “1984” written by George Orwell in the 1940s, the main thing that are appreciated is that the threat of the communist party toward the western democracy society. The story is based on the Stalin period of Russia. Orwell perfectly uses the love from Winston and Julia had to demonstrate there are still loves in the numbness society and he also uses those poor people’s behavior to reflect the little bitty humanity that remained in Big-Brother’s government. But love and humanity are served as a foil to indicate the powerful and ruthless Big-Brother society, in another way; it’s a reflection of the communist party that was getting stronger and stronger and become a threat to the west. George Orwell also tried to warn people that do not put all their trust or your rights to government or they may end just like the people in the book. The Big Brother is the symbol of the party, and the idealism of blind loyalty was indicated in the symbol, the party’s agenda is to eliminate every human being’s thought, to destroy love to overcome them easily, so there is no possible way that they could fight against the party or maybe even realize that the party is doing the wrong thing.
      The main character of “1984” is Winston Smith, he is described as a Criminal in this book because he knows the past, that’s the most important thing because he knows which is better and which is worse, in this case, the present he lives is defiantly worse, to the party, this kind of person is definitely going to be eliminate. “Do you realize that the past, starting from yesterday, has been actually abolished? If it survives anywhere, it's in a few solid objects with no words attached to them, like that lump of glass there. Already we know almost literally nothing about the Revolution and the years before the Revolution. Every record has been destroyed or falsified, every book has been rewritten, every picture has been repainted, every statue and street and...


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