ENGL22 Book Review 1984

ENGL22 Book Review 1984 - 1984 by George Orwell Book Review...

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1984 by George Orwell Book Review Throughout time, we have questioned our government’s intentions about bringing the world to a better place or to a complete destruction. Multiple authors have written books to build either hope or fear in readers concerning what the future will hold. George Orwell has written about both hope and fear of the future novels, but separately. His novel, Animal Farm is a satire that first created a social consciousness and doubt of the world people live in, then ends with some hope. Later in 1949, he wrote about the future in his book, 1984 , which is a science fictional novel that unfortunately, does not end well. The protagonist of the novel is Winston Smith, who is a member of the Ministry of Truth in a nation called Oceania. Thus, he is an Outer Party member of the middle class, in whom the Proles is the lower class, the Inner Party is the high class, and then there is “Big Brother.” Oceania is an oppressed world where people are recorded by screens,
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