George Orwell "1984"

George Orwell "1984"

George Orwell "1984"

 

George Orwell

Winston Smith lives in a world where everyone is watched every second of the day. It is a world where Big Brother and the Thought Police control the past as well as the present. They decide what you must do and, even more frighteningly, what you must think.

Winston is secretly unhappy with this life. He seems to be the only person who is dissatisfied with this cruel world. Here, dishonesty and betrayal are rewarded, but truth and love are punished. Life is dangerous for Winston, but it would be empty and meaningless without his dreams of a better existence. Will his anger with the Party and his desire for a life outside its control lead him to happiness? Is he alone in his fight against the Party? There must, somewhere, be people like him who also dream of freedom and escape from this terrible life? But even if there were others, how would he know that they were not really working for the Thought Police?

The answer to these questions can all be found in George Orwell's famous but very worrying book ‘1984’.

 

Text Analysis: Unique words: about 1,700 Total words: about 19,470
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